In addition to this, religious knowledge comes from Holy books.
In spiritual terms, really real is some thing that would never change and would never end, like the world hereafter. Life after death would never come to an end. It will continue forever. Therefore, that world would be really real. In fact, it is more rational to call that world the ultimate real. In worldly terms, really real is some thing that never changes. For example, a mother’s love for her baby is really real and remains as such throughout the life of their relationship. It is so real that one can not expect a mother to be unloving towards her children. Motherhood shows its reality not only in humans, but in every species of living creatures. Birds are possessive about their babies. A mother cat looks after the kittens, fetches them food and feeds them her own milk and so do cows and buffaloes. However, the relationship terminates at the death of either of the two, the mother or the child, so it can not be referred to as the ultimate real.
To be human means to be superior to animals in every sense of judgment. Crows are too sensitive towards the miseries of their fellows, and they share one another’s grief in moments of sorrow. If one crow finds a piece of meat somewhere, it invites many more to fetch the food from the very location. Ants move in an organized pattern. They make a line while moving. Honey bees have a proper system of mastery and kingdom. There is a queen honey bee that governs the whole system of collection of nectar and its storage of the honey in cells. Animals, birds and insects that are not humans are so organized in their manners with the shear amount of intelligence they have been provided with by God. Humans are supposed to be far more civilized than them in every walk of life because they are blessed with the maximum intelligence. “Being human” is to be righteous and complying with the standards of ethics in