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The Purpose of Atheism

by Aranyakananda Having stated in my last post that I am a supporter of pluralism, especially when it comes to spiritual matters, I feel it is the appropriate time to address something. Atheism. And right up-front I want to distinguish … Continue reading

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Hindu Foundations of Paulo Coelho’s “The Alchemist”

by Aranyakananda I was referred to the book “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho by another blogger recently. Since then I have read it in about 2 days, and have referred others to it, and quoted it on a couple of … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th: Bad Luck vs. Karma

by Aranyakananda Friday the 13th always brings up a lot of talk from superstitious types who say this entire day is bad luck. I was talking it over with a co-worker last night. I said to him “I don’t believe … Continue reading

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