• Almighty

    The Indian way of Seeking The Almighty

    But in looking at the ritual, at the idol, at the concept, why not start with the opposite assumption? Why start by assuming that they are empty, that they are the remnants of superstition? They had occurred to, they had been devised by seers, by …

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  • Word Live

    Words to Live by

    Bold and Beautiful Facing everything and avoiding nothing is the ultimate spiritual practice. It requires tremendous courage, unusual sincerity and a powerful commitment. Most of all, facing everything and avoiding nothing in every moment demands that we have a very big heart. Why? Because it …

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  • Religious Child

    How to Raise a Religious Child

    Throughout much of India, a baby’s birth is celebrated with rites of welcome and blessing–songs, drums, happy distribution of sweets, auspicious unguents, gifts for infant and mother, preparation of horoscopes, and inscriptions in the genealogist’s record books. In general, children are deeply desired and welcomed, …

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  • Ramdev Baba

    Swami Ramdev Baba

    Baba Ramdev is a renowned Yoga teacher. Through the medium of television, he has taken the art of yoga to each and every household far and wide. He is the host of a yoga based program named Divya Yog which has people from different parts …

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    Christ the Messenger by Swami Vivekananda

    The wave rises on the ocean, and there is a hollow. Again another wave rises, perhaps bigger than the former, to fall down again, similarly, again to rise–driving onward. In the march of events, we notice the rise and fall, and we generally look towards …

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  • Dalai Lama


    The esteemed Dalai Lama visited South Florida recently and I was lucky enough to get a ticket for his lecture at Nova Southeastern University. Walking into the theater I really had no idea what to expect. What I definitely did not expect was a disclaimer. …

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  • Temple

    Visit to Haridwar Gateway to the Lord

    The largest gathering of people in the world was scheduled in the country. What would it look like? I was both eager and anxious to witness the scene. This is how I finally landed in Haridwar, the city I have wanted to visit for years. …

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  • Rishikesh

    Rishikesh The way to the divine

    Come here for spiritual sojourn, an adventurous retreat, or a visit to the lap of Mother Nature. A trip to Rishikesh manifests itself into an indomitable rejuvenation of the mind, body and soul. My own yearning to have an encounter with my inner self pulled …

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  • Maxresdefaul

    The Coming of the Rains

    by Aditya Rohit Shah In this wedding special, love, dedication and commitment are dominant themes. This poem written by 17-year-old Aditya Rohit Shah describes the true love of Radha for Lord Krishna, and it is a fitting inclusion for this special. The clouds gather in …

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  • Shri Daya Mata

    Mother of Compassion Sri Daya Mata dies at the age of 96

    Be so drunk with the love of God that you will know nothing but God; and give that love to all. – Sri Daya Mata Sri Daya Mata, born Faye Wright in Salt Lake City on January 31, 1914, president of Self-Realization Fellowship, a worldwide …

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