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The Avatar-ness of Mother Theresa

by Aranyakananda There is a varying opinion as to what makes one an avatar. Recently some discussion of this came up at my Temple’s Bhagavad-Gita discussion group. We were talking about how God, if truly coming in the form of … Continue reading

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Don’t Disregard the Pope

by Aranyakananda I didn’t think I’d ever be saying this but…Don’t disregard the Pope. I used to think the Pope was proof that Idolatry was just as much a part of Catholicism as it was Hinduism. I try not to … Continue reading

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