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The God-Fearing Kamsa

by Aranyakananda One of the most repugnant concepts to me, in all realms of all things religious, has always been the idea of “the fear of GOD.” Being a “God-fearing man”. I have never in my life feared GOD. Maybe … Continue reading

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Understudy Karma

by Aranyakananda To illustrate a point: I do not drive. Though I am well aware that the Gita tells me to live without fear, humans do feel this emotion and when it is based on previous experience, it is a … Continue reading

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