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Vs. I – Response vs. Reaction

Yesterday was a very dark day for the world. On 9/11/01, a few thousand people died in New York and on two other locations where terrorists used planes as weapons. Yesterday 129 died in Paris. Surely the number of people … Continue reading

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How To Survive the Kali Yuga, Part II

by Aranyakananda Not too long ago I wrote a post on the Kali Yuga, and different Hindu – and in some cases specifically Vaisnava Hindu – practices that are “prescribed” in order for a jivan to navigate his/her way through … Continue reading

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“Trust”, or “Be The Change You Want To See In The World, Part 2

by Aranyakananda In my last post, I posed a non-rhetorical question, something like: “What is it about human nature that makes us think that the concept of changing oneself to change the world is idealistic/naive?” I did receive a thoughtful … Continue reading

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