Category Archives: 2012 Presidential Election

On the Wrong Side of History

by Aranyakananda Whenever debate over any contentious political issue really heats up, one often hears that one side or the other is “on the wrong side of history.” I am not trying to start a war but usually it is … Continue reading

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Dharmocracy: An Admittedly Utopian, Kind of Passive Aggressive Manifesto At Best

by Aranyakananda The November election of Tulsi Gabbard as the first Hindu U.S. Representative got my feeling a little Utopian. I over-react. Often. But I couldn’t help thinking about a country in which our leaders were guided by true dharma. … Continue reading

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Voting Our Collective Consciousness

by Aranyakananda In the final hours before the polls close, I know I will be nervous. Many people seem to be terrified about the future of the country depending on the result of the U.S. Presidential election, one way or … Continue reading

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Dharma In Congress? I Don’t Know, Could Work!

by Aranyakananda It appears that Tulsi Gabbard, Democrat from Hawaii’s 2nd Congressional district is set to become the first Hindu-American elected to Congress on Election Night, November 6. She is a devotee of the Gaudiya Vaishnav path initiated by Chaitanya … Continue reading

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The Karma Yoga of Election Year

by Aranyakananda Well, here we go again, it’s smelling more and more like Election Season every day here in the U.S.A. Every day I hear (or read in the blogosphere or on Facebook) people say they are not going to … Continue reading

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