Tag Archives: Oneness

A Story About The Day I Proposed To My Wife.

by Aranyakananda Today is the 9th anniversary of the day I married my wife. It is not the anniversary of the day I proposed to her, but to mark today’s milestone I’d like to tell a story about that day … Continue reading

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One Is Not The Loneliest Number

by Aranyakananda I was recently in a discussion with friends in which I brought up the Vedic aphorism “Truth is one; the wise call it by many names.” Knowing the people involved in this conversation were not fammiliar with Vedic … Continue reading

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Collective Illusion

by Aranyakananda According to some schools of thought, including most Hindu philosophies, the world is but an illusion. Further, and more specifically to Hinduism, each person in this world encounters it or perceives it differently because of variances in accumulated … Continue reading

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Two Festivals of Light

by Aranyakananda People (like me) like to see coincidences between two religions and see Oneness. It is a key characteristic of Sanatana Dharma, I think. So I wanted to believe that the Diwali and Hanukkah both being referred to as … Continue reading

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