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Every Day Sanjaya

by Aranyakananda Anyone who has spent any time looking into the Bhagavad-Gita knows that in the first chapter there are countless characters named who all represent different facets of our personalities which are either an impediment or a boon toward … Continue reading

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Everything Happens For A Reason…Except When I Don’t Like What Happens

by Aranyakananda Just wondering why it is that even if we claim we believe that “Everything happens for a reason” when it comes down to it, if a “positive” outcome results from “negative” events, we whole-heartedly expound this concept, but … Continue reading

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