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Fascinating - Part II

After the procedure to get rid of the kidney stone, I had a follow-up appointment with the doctor. There was something in the scan report that was bugging me. When I went for the appointment, I was told everything seems to be ok with me. I then asked the Urologist about a second point mentioned in my scan report – the first point being about my kidney stone, which was since taken care. He looked at it and said ‘Oh, Cholelithiasis…it is gall stones…we don’t deal with that. We deal only with the kidney and we do nothing with liver functioning’. This came as a shock to me.

Fascinating - Part I

I have not blogged at all and haven’t had the chance to visit much this section since they moved to the new site. But recent events in my life gave me something to blog about. But then I was wondering what am I going to convey, how useful it will be for people who read and what lessons can they take away by reading it. Thus I struggled for quite a while to come up with a suitable title and after much thought and hesitation decided - I will not blog. But then Part II happened which inspired me to first write Part I.

Limitless Kṛṣṇa

In our regular monthly program, one of the guests asked me ‘Why do you call God as Kṛṣṇa? Why not just refer it as God?’ He also took exception to the title of the lecture ‘Who is God?’ He preferred ‘What is God?’ And he said he will read the book he bought substituting ‘God’ for ‘Kṛṣṇa’.

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