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“The Life of Pi” and the True Self (For Discussion After You’ve Seen the Movie)

by Aranyakananda For those of you following this blog, I know this is the third movie I have commented on in a dharma context. But I have been extremely fortunate lately in my theater-going choices, and have felt they deserved … Continue reading

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Pantheism IS Monotheism

by Aranyakananda The way I see it, Pantheism, the view that God is in all aspects of nature, is not contradictory to Monotheism, the view that God is a single entity. The dictionary actually defines Monotheism as “belief in one … Continue reading

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