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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 6 years 9 weeks ago
    Dallas Morning News, Each week we will post a question to a panel of about two dozen clergy, laity and theologians, all of whom are based in Texas or are from Texas. They will chime in with their responses to the question of the week. And you, readers, will be able to respond to their answers through the comment box. John Calvin's 500th birthday rolls around next month, and the theologian's influence will be observed in ceremonies and seminars across the country. Our own Texas Faith panelist...
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  • Karnamrita.das's picture
    Posted: 6 years 9 weeks ago
    IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE A philosophy professor stood before his class with some items on the table in front of him. When the class began, wordlessly he picked up a very large and empty widemouthed gallon jar and proceeded to fill it with rocks, about 2 inches in diameter.[This is a story which is used in the Japa Retreat for setting our priorities of what is really important. I also found in on the Internet taken here with a little modification (i.e., "swanning")] He then asked the...
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    Posted: 6 years 10 weeks ago
    Over a thousand rockers danced as the sounds of electro rock fused with the building. Shouting out each and every word, the fans were absorbed in the catchy riffs and tunes that jumped from the stage. Some noticed an unfamiliar scene adjacent the stage. An excellently dressed Krishna girl dressed in a wonderful red sari with full regalia. An equally well dressed little Krishna girl and along with the dad. The dad's white tilak and white dhoti glowed under the black light. Last night two...
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  • Karnamrita.das's picture
    Posted: 6 years 10 weeks ago
    I The Iron Age of Quarrel or the machine/garbage age, glorifies technology along with those who can run it, considering them most interesting, important—even supreme things and persons. Our jaded view of “olden” days before technology considers it backwards primitive, uncivilized, since today we must be better, smarter, more sophisticated. We don’t consider that when the power is off we have no clue what to do or how to live; in some days/weeks humans minus advanced technology become worse...
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  • Syndicated's picture
    Posted: 6 years 10 weeks ago
    Author: rsdasa
    “The Economy Is Still at the Brink,” warns Sandy Lewis and William Cohan in a full-page op-ed piece in the Sunday Times of June 7. With the coverage and mayhem of a shotgun blast, the authors let loose at the … Continue reading →
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