Faith in God is an integral part of human beings. It is an indisputable fact, and modern man often becomes aware of it when he is in trouble or danger. A working slogan in communism was: Religion is the opium of the people. This is not true because the Christian religion is faith, hope and love; Islam promotes charity and zeal, the Buddhist goal is to achieve nirvana, and so on. These are all human virtues whose source is the human heart, and reminder of religion.
Despite the lack of understanding by the school administration for the religious needs of students, the students organized pilgrimages to the churches and monasteries, and there were examples of group baptisms. According to the students of this school, religious education has taught them to do as many good deeds as possible. The basic idea of these medical school students is to “make the world less the valley of tears, and more the valley of joy”.
Djindjic was very clear in his statements and he pointed out the following: “It would be important to understand that by introducing the religious education we enriched the possibilities and choices for our people. And choosing nothing – that option exists when there is no state, no civilization, it exists only in the jungle”.