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    Posted: 4 years 23 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    How could I not re-post this classic? Those forty years have sure flown by! I remember that bleak, chilly Melbourne day like it was yesterday. Yes, this is a very young Kurma being arrested outside the now-extinct Buckley's on Bourke Street and taken away by four burly 'boys in blue' for a week in Melbourne's notorious high security Pentidge Prison (also extinct) in 1972. My crime: not paying fines for selling Hare Krishna literature on the streets of Melbourne. An Australian blues legend...
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    Posted: 4 years 23 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    Yesterday Queen Elizabeth II shook hands with former Provisional Irish Republican Army leader (IRA), Martin McGuiness, now British Parliamentary MP for Mid Ulster. It was an event that many people who lived through the ‘Troubles’ in Ireland thought impossible. The Mahabharata has something to say about the importance of forgiveness as part of reconciliation. Yesterday, my old friend Akhandadhi Das spoke briefly on the topic as part of his regular ‘Thought for the Day,’...
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    Posted: 4 years 23 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    Yesterday Queen Elizabeth II shook hands with former Provisional Irish Republican Army leader (IRA), Martin McGuiness, now British Parliamentary MP for Mid Ulster. It was an event that many people who lived through the ‘Troubles’ in Ireland thought impossible. The Mahabharata has something to say about the importance of forgiveness as part of reconciliation. Yesterday, my old friend Akhandadhi Das spoke briefly on the topic as part of his regular ‘Thought for the Day,’...
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    Posted: 4 years 23 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    Yesterday Queen Elizabeth II shook hands with former Provisional Irish Republican Army leader (IRA), Martin McGuiness, now British Parliamentary MP for Mid Ulster. It was an event that many people who lived through the ‘Troubles’ in Ireland thought impossible. The Mahabharata has something to say about the importance of forgiveness as part of reconciliation. Yesterday, my old friend Akhandadhi Das spoke briefly on the topic as part of his regular ‘Thought for the Day,’...
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    Posted: 4 years 23 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    Yesterday Queen Elizabeth II shook hands with former Provisional Irish Republican Army leader (IRA), Martin McGuiness, now British Parliamentary MP for Mid Ulster. It was an event that many people who lived through the ‘Troubles’ in Ireland thought impossible. The Mahabharata has something to say about the importance of forgiveness as part of reconciliation. Yesterday, my old friend Akhandadhi Das spoke briefly on the topic as part of his regular ‘Thought for the Day,’...
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