SPIRITUALITY SCIENCE – CYCLICAL FLOW OF TIME – HUMAN NATURE – HUMAN BEHAVIOR: In Indian tradition, time flows in a cyclical manner and time is divided into four periods called “YUG” and the Four YUGAS are named as 1. Satya Yuga or Krita Yuga, 2. Treta Yuga, 3. Dwapara Yuga, and 4. Kali Yuga. The …
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The aging process cannot undermine the Longevity of Jesus Christ for God had promised man everlasting life through belief in Christ.
All living organisms that begin their lives using the generative mechanism called sexual reproduction begin their life-span as a single, fertilized Egg Cell. This Generative Mechanism is a Creative Process and has remained Unchanged for Millions of years.
The Doctrine of Creation – The reality called existence is established by the Unchanging Spiritual Nature of Matter in a constantly Changing World.
The Lord of Spring Season – Madhava is the Source of Happiness to all people who are in the pursuit of Happiness.
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? Is there a Principle that is Prior to Time, Simultaneous to Time and Posterior to Time? I call it “WholeTime.”
The rhythmically recurring phenomena called Biological Rhythms operate under the influence of an unchanging Principle.
THE COLORS OF SPIRITUALISM: Color plays an important role in every aspect of life. Human civilization has developed taste in color and has attached values and functions to the colors it visualizes. A sense of fitness has been acquired concerning the use of color. The spectral array of colors exhibited by a rainbow is a …
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Spiritualism and Spirituality is the potency that generates Peace, Harmony, and Tranquility in Time and Life Interactions to provide the Living Experience. Death is not a static event; Death is a dynamic event as the change called Death inevitably flows to cause Rebirth.
Life under the shadow of secondhand smoke of great people poses the same risks that are associated with Tobacco Smoke.