The Subjective and the Objective Reality of Man is established by the apparent motions of the Sun across the sky, the imaginary plane that I call the “WHOLE ECLIPTIC.”
In a changing world, day follows night, Spring follows Winter with unchanging Constancy. In understanding Life and Death, man must seek the unchanging nature of Individuality, Consciousness, and Spiritual Connection.
Science provides verified knowledge to establish rational beliefs. But, Science can not provide the experience of Reality if the Reality is masked by the Power of ILLUSION.
Spring Season is celebrated with a sense of Joy as the Season brings a sense of Hope, the Hope of Rebirth and Renewal.
SANSKRIT IS A CULTURAL TOOL THAT WE USE EVERYDAY : I am happy to share a letter that I received from Arsha Vidya Gurukulam asking fellow Indians to mention Sanskrit as their Second Language while participating in Census of India 2011. Unfortunately, I may not …
Man is a created being. Man is a Spiritual being which displays man’s humanity, moral nature, individuality, and consciousness. Spirituality describes the nature of man’s connection with God.
I as a human organism exist in this world as I had arrived from a previously existing Mother Cell.This single cell is the Source of Life, Energy, and Knowledge that has established my human existence.
Indians carry their identity in their hearts. The identity is simply revealed by listening to their hearts.
Service with Kindness and Compassion would help man to overcome the problem of pain and the consequences of such experience. We should aim to transform people using the Force of Compassion.
Indians seek the quality of Kshama, patience, tolerance, and forbearance to deal with the consequences of physical and psychological wounds. They believe in the concept of Time as a Healer of all Wounds.The healing process and repair mechanisms operate beyond man’s volitional control and so could be described as a Divine Gift, a gift which humans have no ability to invent on their own.