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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 7 years 16 weeks ago
    As My mom lies in the hospice, slowly fading away, I clean her kitchen of years of her smoking habit (which has brought her to this point by the law of cause and effect). She smoked while leaning on one spot on the kitchen counter, resulting in the discoloring of that cabinet into a sickly, slimy, yucky yellow brown color. Just imagine how her lungs look! I have to scrub it repeatedly, and then I open the cabinet doors to find discolored dishes. I have a lot of work to do just to make her...
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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 7 years 16 weeks ago
    "I hate it when you are with MC Hammer and he wont let you touch anything!!" RT from Katelyn [05:07:47] Sri Sri Chhota Radha Kalachandji back in Dallas after 30 years http://bit.ly/9kFT1Y[01:50:06] Sri Sri Chhota Radha Kalachandji back in Dallas after 30 years http://flic.kr/p/7WkHpo[00:45:10] Performed a benedicting ceremony today @the temple for a Unitarian who lost his 30yr old wife to Lupus disease.We served prasad to everyone [04:36:40] wrote a new blog Not Bollywood Bhishma: A...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 7 years 16 weeks ago
    The beauty of the desert such a feeling of duality yet awe at powerful, desolate mountains mild weather and flowers all around Spring being in full bloom, contrasts with my heavy heart Visiting my Mom for 5 days I live at her home, thinking, and praying then going to the hospital with more contrasts new and well maintained building, full of misery, I can only bear a few hours stay Haven’t seen her in 15 years due to her choice (a very long story) which we both lament so seeing her is bitter/...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 7 years 16 weeks ago
    Made a connecting flight in Dallas/Fort Worth, and I am now at 33,000 feet. I have 1/3 of the journey to go, as we fly over rugged terrain broken up by roads, small hills, a few towns, an occasional river with the muddy color of spring rains. The straightness of many roads, reflecting the organizing brain of human beings seems like such a contrast to rolling hills, jagged mountains, windy rivers and puffy clouds. Being so high in the sky provides an interesting perspective, doesn’t it? The...
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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 7 years 17 weeks ago
    A few weeks ago we had a wonderful time due the visit of His Holiness Gunagrahi Goswami. Maharaja kindly agreed to speak at the monthly Bhagavatam chapter study program.  It is a study that we started a year ago and will probably take 28 years to finish being that there are over 300 chapters in the Srimad Bhagavatam. Maharaja focused a compelling question in the Mahabharata:  “The reason for Bhishmadeva’s fighting against the Pandavas.”  Unlike the understanding that is common...
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