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    Posted: 6 years 45 weeks ago
    I have mentioned this thought before, but I thought I would devote a whole blog about the subject. I want to encourage our shy (?) or unworthy feeling (?) people to share something of who they are and what have experienced. Part of the spiritual and human journey is feeling our life has value, and in making the best use of it. I share with you here the introduction to the "4th course of Chicken Soup for the Soul" series (copywrite 1997 Jack Canfield). If you like, you can call it "Chickpea...
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    Posted: 6 years 45 weeks ago
    Moving from one dimensional to multidimensional, from enjoyer or exploiter to Giver the responsibility of elder. 60 is the age of elder though whenever called after 50, requires confronting core issues-- impediments to service as elder and healer. Same issues as always but now an urgency, the last third of life the inner push of responsibility. Standing at another crossroads forced to make decisions, having to grow up transcending being a "man". Modern man's illusion of sexual prowess, world...
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    Posted: 6 years 46 weeks ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    (this blog is recorded on the full page: quick time player is needed; works best with Firefox or Explorer; if you are using Google Chrome it will automatically play, so if you don't want to listen, mute your speakers.) Eyes closed concentration inward, down and around the spiral staircase to the depths of my soul to find my inspirational Source. It is as far as I can go through the coverings of matter, earth, water, fire, air, either-- subtle mind and intellect, then the false ego: I, me,...
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    Posted: 6 years 46 weeks ago
    Today, Tuesday marks the 42nd anniversary of Shrila Prabhupada's arrival in the USA, via ship, at Boston Harbor. That is quite a meditation for those of us familiar with the incredible struggle it took for him to get here from India. Then there was another long struggle for one year to establish his first temple and resister his organization, ISKCON. From these humble beginnings in this storefront in the lower East side of Manhattan, came a flood of temples and devotees all over the world....
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    Posted: 6 years 46 weeks ago
    Long ago, in a remote village in India, there was a wise sage who lived high on a mountain which overlooked a small village. The villagers would often take a day or two to travel up the mountain to consult with the sage, who was reputed to be a seer and great mystic. People would often report being greatly helped and sometimes healed of certain ailments. I first wanted to express my gratitude to Tamrapani Prabhu and those who who make Krishna.com function for allowing me to write here, as well...
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