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Seven hundred years after, we are in our self, and we are in the other; and we worship in that moment when we know we are
When I picture Hanuman it is often in depictions of his physical prowess and accomplishment, in flight usually, with the
Is that what our Founding Fathers, as influenced as they may have been by the 10Cs, intended when they prophetically drafted the First Amendment as a foundation for our secular democracy? I'm fairly confident most freedom-loving Americans would say no.
Arkansas is okay with having a Ten Commandments monument on Capitol grounds, but a state official just denied a request for a statue of Lord Hanuman, a Hindu deity.
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
The sculpture was displayed constantly at the museum since its acquisition, and was a favorite among schoolchildren who imitated
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
Hanuman Jayanti is a Hindu holiday that celebrates the the birth of the monkey god Hanuman, a loyal devotee to Lord Rama
A few days after a group of Satanists announced plans to donate a memorial on the grounds of the Oklahoma Capitol, a Hindu organization said it would apply for permission to erect a statue of Hanuman.
“We have a system in place to process these requests,” Sears said. “I stand by my comments that we are a faith-based nation
Recognize that this is a process. As you endeavor along, building skill here, embrace the unfinished state that we are all in.
The monkey who was ransacking my room was making his exit, carrying something in his hand. When I climbed back through the same window, I was expecting the worst.
My aim isn't to butcher the Ramayana but simply to share it with people in a casual and entertaining way. If I've done my job right, Ramayana: Divine Loophole serves as an intro to a much fuller version of the story.
Obama's mentioning in his inauguration speech of some of the world's great religions can be seen as recognition not just of the people who follow them, but that religion is an immense cultural resource.
Even yogis have their moments: We scream at our kids. We tell a fib here or there. We might choose to indulge in a trashy magazine rather than rereading the Bhagavad Gita.