It is likely a little weird for some people who come to this site with a bit of knowledge about the Rigveda and find little here that matches their understanding. The Rigveda is usually associated with a plethora of gods and goddesses like Indra, Agni, Ashvins, Rudra, Varuna, Usha, Maruts, and so on, but such are untranslated Sanskrit words. Any good translator like those of the Rgvedaschool translate the words and therein the gods disappear. All the words of the Veda are translatable in Sanskrit and when done so the mantras begin to make more sense. It is a start and to further, the word go or gau in many translations appear as cows, change it to light, matter, or sound. It is a complex text to understand but promotes the knowledge of enlightenment to become a Buddha, the highest state a human can achieve. In essence, the Buddha has risen above the earthly state to be with Brahma in heavenly bliss, but returns to the earth to care for all the holy children.
For those to consider the Holy Doctrine, the philosophy is compassion for all breathing creatures that cry, yes, all. Be a peaceful and caring person. Consume a vegetarian diet, and enjoy watching and listening to the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. Do not harm any creature. It does not matter if they have two feet, four feet, or no feet and speak in a language you do not understand, treat them kindly so all can enjoy life upon the earth. Such is the doctrine of compassion for the whole of the earth and here is a mantra.
It is time to arise, to give up and burn number one for the authority to spring up to reverence and shine forth.