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The search for the source of inspiration in science, mathematics, and art leads beyond the mechanistic framework of present-day biological theory.

some interesting points about how we see.

"'I’ve escaped death!' the computer exults through its electronic phone me generator. . ."

One kind of intelligence looks for the meaning and purpose of life. Another kind seeks funding for remote control robot projects.

Is the existence of the soul merely a myth propagated by fuzzy-minded fanatics—or a fact verifiable by a nonmechanistic science?

"This is not blind following. It is not religious fanaticism. It is actually solid ground. One simply has to understand nicely."

". . .holding each ear with the hand across from it, pilgrims turn about, springing up and down , begging the Lord to forgive their offenses. . ."

Kurukshetra—The Land of Dharma

What has made this place the chosen site of numerous battles, festivals, sacrifices, and Lord Krishna speaking the ultimate instructions of the Bhagavad-gita?

To the casual visitor, this holy land is much like the rest of rural India. To the devotee of Lord Chaitanya it is a transcendental paradise.

A chance encounter in New York City acquaints an American Krishna devotee with the largest Vishnu temple in the world—Angkor Wat.

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