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From the Holy Bible: The Book of Isaiah, Excerpts from Chapters 60-66, Part 1 of 2

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From the Holy Bible: The Book of Isaiah, Excerpts from Chapters 60-66, Part 1 of 2

Isaiah, son of Amoz, is one of the most celebrated ancient Jewish prophets, believed by scholars to have been a vegetarian. The book of Isaiah tells us that God will restore justice and righteousness to the people of Israel. The day of that judgment is called “the day of the Lord,” as God’s compassion will take the form of a new Messianic King. Christians believe that this refers to the coming of The Worshipped Lord Jesus Christ, and that through Christ’s suffering, humankind will fully receive salvation. Thus, the Lord’s new and righteous kingdom on Earth is the glorious ideal depicted in the book of Prophet Isaiah.
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2019-06-10   2501 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-06-10

A Modern Practitioner of the Ethical Teachings of Jainism: An Interview with Mr. Gaurav Jain, Part 1 of 3

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A Modern Practitioner of the Ethical Teachings of Jainism: An Interview with Mr. Gaurav Jain, Part 1 of 3

Mr. Gaurav Jain was born into a Jain family that strictly kept a vegetarian diet. Later, as he became more aware of the cruelty involved in the animal livestock industry, Mr. Gaurav Jain fully abandoned milk and proudly become a vegan. First, Mr. Gaurav shares what he has learned from the saints and sages of the Jain tradition. "I feel really proud that I have taken birth in such a religion. The teachings of the Lord Mahavira, who was the 24th Tirthankara (enlightened Master) of Jainism in the recent time. So, His teaching was ‘live and let live.’ You live your own life, and let the others live their own lives. You do not give pain and sufferings for your own living, livelihood, to the other living beings. So, this is ahimsa. The non-violence is the primal, the most important principle under the Jainism. And other things are beyond, like ahimsa (non-violence), satya (truth), These are some other principles under the Jainism, like we should speak always truth."
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2019-12-18   152 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-12-18

Analects of Venerated Buddhist Master Guang Qin, Part 2 of 2

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Analects of Venerated Buddhist Master Guang Qin, Part 2 of 2

Today we are able to see through and become monks, the “seeing through” is important. What exactly do we see through? We see through “the seven affections and five desires.” We do not desire the “appearance, sound, smell, taste, feeling and thought” within the basic necessities of life, and we see through all affections - affections from our parents, affections from our spouse, we have to put them all down! When we are practicing diligently, we have to put down our body and mind completely. Otherwise even if we appear to be sitting there quietly and solemnly, actually we are having all kinds of illusionary thoughts, and it’s difficult to keep focused on the right state of mind.
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2019-08-17   1348 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-08-17

From the Sacred Text of the Universal White Brotherhood: One’s Place in Nature, Part 2 of 2

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From the Sacred Text of the Universal White Brotherhood: One’s Place in Nature, Part 2 of 2

In Life, tame all those with our playing, there is an internal art within us. This is to say that we have an understanding for the objective Divine world, we have applied it to our internal subjective world, and we can now project the external objective one. So, I want you to have a proper grasp. If you want the Divine Good to remain with you not only for one, five or ten years, but forever, as a companion of yours, you shall have to perceive it as a constant Truth. I believe that all of you are willing to make progress.
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2019-07-11   1906 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-07-11

From the Holy Text of Tibetan Buddhism: The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa – “Milarepa and the Pigeon,” Part 2 of 2

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From the Holy Text of Tibetan Buddhism: The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa – “Milarepa and the Pigeon,” Part 2 of 2

I bow down at the feet of Marpa Lho Draug. Oh, Father Guru! Pray grant me Your grace-wave and accomplishment. You, eight beauties of the Deva-realm, Have offered me white rice, the wondrous fruit of Dhyana (a state of deep meditation). Eating it my body is strengthened, and my mind enlivened. As a token of my gratitude, I sing this song of Dharma (True Teaching) to you. Now, lift up your ears, and listen to me carefully. Even though one reaches the highest Heaven of the white Devas, It has no permanent value and meaning! Lovable and touching are those flowers of youth in Heaven. But however pleasant it may seem to be, In the end comes separation. Although the bliss in Heaven seems to be very great, It is merely a deceitful mirage, a bewildering hallucination; In fact, it is the very cause of the return to suffering! Thinking of the miseries of the Six Realms in Samsara (migration and transmigration), I cannot help but have a feeling of disgust and aversion – A feeling of anguish and distressed emotion! Should you intend to practice the teaching of Buddha, You must take refuge in the Three Precious Ones and pray to them. Sentient beings in the Six Realms You should consider as your parents. Give to the poor, and offer to the Guru! For the benefit of all, dedicate your merits.
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2019-08-22   1051 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-08-22

From Judaism’s Holy Tanakh: Book of Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) – Selection from Chapters 1-7, Part 2 of 2

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From Judaism’s Holy Tanakh: Book of Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) – Selection from Chapters 1-7, Part 2 of 2

Better a poor and wise child than an old and foolish king, who no longer knows to receive admonition. Also every man whom God has given riches and property and has given him power to eat thereof and to take his portion and to rejoice with his toil; that is a gift of God. For let him remember that the days of his life are not many, for God is testimony of the joy of his heart. It is better to hear the rebuke of a wise man than for a man to hear the song of the fools. Wisdom is good with a heritage, and it is a profit to those who see the Sun.
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2019-06-06   2277 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-06-06

From Theosophy’s Sacred Teachings: Gems from the East: A Birthday Book of Precepts and Axioms (October - December), Part 2 of 2

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From Theosophy’s Sacred Teachings: Gems from the East: A Birthday Book of Precepts and Axioms (October - December), Part 2 of 2

NOVEMBER. “Learning clears the mind, and ignorance cobwebs it. Whoso takes good advice is secure from falling; but whoso rejects it, falls into the pit of his own conceit.” DECEMBER. “Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow: The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true. Ring out the grief that saps the mind, For those that here we see no more; Ring out the feud of rich and poor, Ring in redress to all mankind.” “The most precious gift received by man on Earth is desire for wisdom. …Do not let accidents disturb, or outward objects engross your thoughts; but keep your mind quiet and disengaged, to be ready to learn something good.”
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2019-12-14   123 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-12-14

The Five Virtues of Confucianism, Part 4 of 5, Feb 02, 2019

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The Five Virtues of Confucianism, Part 4 of 5, Feb 02, 2019

Showing courtesy to people is always good for us. People would respect us. So it’s also a kind of charity to treat people nicely and politely. Sharing a happy atmosphere is also benevolence. Treat people nicely to cheer them up. Let them laugh joyously amid this suffocating life and become more cheerful. This is also a kind of benevolence. No wonder Confucius was so enlightened. He put benevolence as number one. If we have no benevolence, the other qualities will not develop. In fact, benevolence alone is sufficient.
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2019-03-29   1567 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-03-29

From the Holy Bible: Revelation, Chapters 1-5, Part 2 of 2

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From the Holy Bible: Revelation, Chapters 1-5, Part 2 of 2

Then I saw a Lamb, looking as if it had been slain, standing at the center of the Throne, encircled by the four living creatures and the elders. The Lamb had seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent out into all the earth. He went and took the scroll from the right hand of Him Who sat on the Throne. And when He had taken it, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb. And they sang a new song, saying: “You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because You were slain, and with Your blood You purchased for God persons from every tribe and language and people and nation. You have made them to be a kingdom and priests to serve our God, and they will reign on the earth.”
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2019-10-17   302 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-10-17

The Ultimate Fortune of Meeting a Perfect Living Master: Interview with Ishwar Puri Ji, Part 1 of 4

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The Ultimate Fortune of Meeting a Perfect Living Master: Interview with Ishwar Puri Ji, Part 1 of 4

The teachings of Great Master are not a religion at all. It’s good for every religion of the world. It’s a way to discover your own Self. And every religion wants us to discover the Truth about our own Self. Therefore, you cannot call the Path of the Masters or Sant Mat, taught by Great Master Hazur Maharaj Baba Sawan Singh, a religion. He Himself said it is not a religion, and His followers included members of every religion of the world, including those who did not believe in religion. Even atheists were followers of Great Master.
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2019-03-13   2025 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-03-13

From the Holy Bible: The First Epistle of Saint John, Part 2 of 2

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From the Holy Bible: The First Epistle of Saint John, Part 2 of 2

Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. This is how we know that we belong to the truth and how we set our hearts at rest in His presence: If your hearts condemn us, we know that God is greater than our hearts, and He knows everything. Dear friends, if our hearts do not condemn us, we have confidence before God and receive from Him anything we ask, because we keep His commands and do what pleases Him.
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2019-04-09   1524 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-04-09

Selection from the Zohar – Kabbalistic Philosophy on the Sound, the Soul, and the Mystery of the Logos, Part 2 of 2

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Selection from the Zohar – Kabbalistic Philosophy on the Sound, the Soul, and the Mystery of the Logos, Part 2 of 2

The nephesh and ruach are the two angles at the base of a triangle and with that of the apex form a whole or perfect figure. When the neshama, the spiritual self or higher self, prevails and rules within a man, he becomes holy and divine, because he then begins to conform himself to the image or likeness of the Holy One. The nephesh is the lower part of the individuality and its personal manifestation is the outward material body. Without the one, the other could not exist. As the body is to the nephesh so is this nephesh to the ruach. The ruach is superior to the nephesh.
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2019-06-20   2588 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-06-20

"A Grain as Big as a Hen's Egg" – A Short Story by Leo Tolstoy

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"A Grain as Big as a Hen's Egg" – A Short Story by Leo Tolstoy

Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy was a master of realistic fiction who wrote the acclaimed novels "War and Peace," "Anna Karenina," and "The Death of Ivan Ilyich," plus many more. His works and ideas about peace and fulfilment of God's will, greatly influenced 20th-century leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "A Grain as Big as a Hen's Egg" is a short story written by Leo Tolstoy in 1886. In the story, a king was curious about the origin of a very big grain and was seeking the answer to it. And the grandfather answered: "My field was God's earth. Wherever I ploughed, there was my field. Land was free. It was a thing no man called his own. Labor was the only thing men called their own."
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2019-11-28   147 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-11-28

A Modern Practitioner of the Ethical Teachings of Jainism: An Interview with Mr. Gaurav Jain, Part 2 of 3

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A Modern Practitioner of the Ethical Teachings of Jainism: An Interview with Mr. Gaurav Jain, Part 2 of 3

After serving as a volunteer with the animal rights group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) in India for about 10 years, Mr. Jain saw a need for more protection of birds. Therefore, he started a non-profit organization called Sansthanam Abhay Daanam Charitable Bird Hospital, with the mission to provide medication, food, shelter and care to injured or ill birds and other animals, especially those without caregivers. The Jain teachings of nonviolence run through every aspect of the hospital’s operation. “We have decided: to save one living being, we should not kill another living being, whether or not we are killing another living [being] directly or indirectly. We have made this principle. We do not euthanize the birds. Also we do not give them any meat or dairy products. There are a lot of alternatives we have discovered. We also chant the Namokar Mantra 24 hours.”
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2019-12-19   139 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-12-19

From the Holy Bible: The Book of Isaiah, Excerpts from Chapters 60-66, Part 2 of 2

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From the Holy Bible: The Book of Isaiah, Excerpts from Chapters 60-66, Part 2 of 2

“See, I will create new Heavens and a new Earth. The former things will not be remembered, nor will they come to mind. Be glad and rejoice forever in what I will create.” Isaiah, son of Amoz, is one of the most celebrated ancient Jewish prophets, and the Book of the Holy Bible named after him has a lot to do with God’s judgment and salvation. One of the inspiring passages is the prophecy of the Peaceable Kingdom, stating that humans and animals will one day co-exist in love and harmony. Please watch on for a glimpse of the timeless wisdom from the Holy Bible…Judgment and Salvation, Judgment and Hope.
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2019-06-11   2324 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-06-11

Selection from The Mystics of Islam: Chapter 1 - The Path, Part 2 of 4

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Selection from The Mystics of Islam: Chapter 1 - The Path, Part 2 of 4

My readers will expect me to describe in a general way the characteristic theories and practices for which the ‘Path’ is a convenient designation. These may be treated under the following heads: Poverty, Mortification, Trust in God, and Recollection. Whereas poverty is negative in nature, involving detachment from all that is worldly and unreal, the three remaining terms denote the positive counterpart of that process, namely, the ethical discipline by which the soul is brought into harmonious relations with Reality. The Sufi ideal of poverty goes far beyond this. True poverty is not merely lack of wealth, but lack of desire for wealth: the empty heart as well as the empty hand.
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2019-09-11   158 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-09-11

From Rumi's Fihi Ma Fihi: Discourse 11 - More Selections

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From Rumi's Fihi Ma Fihi: Discourse 11 - More Selections

Mawlānā Jalāl-ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhi Rūmī, known simply as Mawlana in Persian and around the world as Rumi, was a poetic genius, a theologian, and an enlightened Master who graced our planet eight centuries ago. The deep and diverse influence of His legacy still remains and continues to awaken the hearts of many beyond all cultures and boundaries. Rumi was heir to the rich literary and cultural heritage of Persia, or ancient Iran, and composed His great mystical poems in the Persian language. "Whoever labors for the glory of God, though both their eyes are sealed, their labor is not lost. Even an atom’s weight of good is not lost. Though all within is dark and veiled, and they do not see how far they have progressed, still in the end they will know. ‘This world is the seed plot of the world to come.’ Whatever they sow here, they will reap in the next world."
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2019-12-21   176 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-12-21

From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourses of Rumi, Discourse 10, Part 1 of 2

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From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourses of Rumi, Discourse 10, Part 1 of 2

We must pass beyond the good and bad qualities that are present temporarily in everyone, and must enter into the other’s very essence. These qualities people observe in one another are not their original qualities. How some people say, “How do saints and lovers of God find love in the eternal world beyond form, space and time? How can they gain strength and help? How are they affected by things without body or shape?” All these belong to that formless world. Moment by moment they receive benefits from these abstractions and are affected by them.
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-02-18   1520 అభిప్రాయాలు
జ్ఞాన పదాలు
2019-02-18

Selection from the Dead Sea Scrolls’ Psalms, Part 1 of 2

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Selection from the Dead Sea Scrolls’ Psalms, Part 1 of 2

Your holy spirit illuminates the dark places of the heart of Your servant, with light like the Sun. Only Your truth shines, and those who love it are wise and walk in the glow of Your light. Your light is everlasting. My eyes will be on the faithful of the land, that they may dwell with me. Yahweh, how many are Your works! In wisdom have You made them all. The earth is full of Your riches. For He will stand at the right hand of the needy, to save Him from those who judge His soul. Oh give thanks to Yahweh, for He is good, for His loving kindness endures forever.
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2019-05-03   1713 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-05-03

Selection from The Mystics of Islam: Chapter 1 - The Path, Part 1 of 4

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Selection from The Mystics of Islam: Chapter 1 - The Path, Part 1 of 4

The Sufi who sets out to seek God calls himself a ‘traveler’ (salik); he advances by slow ‘stages’ (maqamat) along a ‘path’ (tariqat) to the goal of union with Reality (fana fi ’I-Haqq). The first place in every list of ‘stages’ is occupied by repentance (tawbat). This is the Muslim term for ‘conversion,’ and marks the beginning of a new life. Any Muhammadan director of souls would tell his pupils that to think humbly and remorsefully of one’s sins is a sovereign remedy against spiritual pride, but he himself might very well believe that real repentance consists in forgetting everything except God.
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2019-09-04   493 అభిప్రాయాలు
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2019-09-04
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