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    Posted: 7 years 50 weeks ago
    I really like books, no I mean really. ( and I mean really-really) I have books everywhere, just in case there is a moment to read one of them. There are books in almost every room - just in case. There are even some in the hall. Well there’s a bookshelf there. That’s not strange is it? You have to put bookshelves in the hall when you already have bookshelves in the other rooms. I find it a practical thing. I like to read books and I like it a lot so if I’m passing by the hall or I am near the...
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    Posted: 7 years 50 weeks ago
    Here in Sydney, Australia the Roman Catholic Church has borrowed the city from Sydneysiders to put on a week long spiritual pilgrimage they call World Youth Day. In a strange way it was like having 100,000 devotees come to town. It’s been reported that 125,000 visitors have come to Sydney from across the world to attend the event and to join with hundreds of thousands of Australian Catholics. For that past week Sydney has been filled with thousands of smiling, polite, young people. All are...
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    Posted: 7 years 50 weeks ago
    Hare Krisna. The Krishna.com countdown to Sri Krishna Janmashtami has begun. Check it out here: 4-Day Countdown: Why Krishna Appears Humans (at least us reasonable ones) crave reasons: "Why did the chicken cross the road? Why is the sky blue? Why is there air?." Our questioning spirit manifests early: Time for bed, honey. Why? It's eight o'clock. Why do I have to go to bed at eight o'clock? Because I said so. Why? Because I'm your mother. Why? Because I gave birth to you. Why? Time for bed...
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    Posted: 7 years 50 weeks ago
    How to Celebrate Janmashtami * What is Janmashtami? * How is Janmashtami Celebrated? * How to Celebrate Janmashtami at Home * Celebrating Janmashtami with the Krishna.com/BTG Staff What is Janmashtami? Janmashtami commemorates the earthly appearance of Krishna, who is described in India’s sacred writings as God Himself. One of the biggest religious festivals in the world, it is celebrated by nine hundred and thirty million people around the world–and two million in the US...
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    Posted: 7 years 50 weeks ago
    This year let Krishna.com show you how to celebrate Janmashtami with your family by getting together in the kitchen to make delicious snacks. Kids of all ages will enjoy making these easy and fun recipes with the help of their parents, and everyone will learn how to offer them to Krishna. Kids like things that are easy to make and fun to eat. Don't try to get the children to make the whole meal the first time out. Let them concentrate on the dessert or a salad. The kids can also help make the...
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