Everyday Grace…

Life goes on seeking and practising!

Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean

The seeker in us is always seeking more Truth, knowing that the search goes on forever. The mystic in us, on the other hand, is trying to practice what we’ve learned of it: right here, in this moment, whatever we are doing. The mystic is a spiritual practitioner, seeking not merely to understand the principles of spiritual awareness, but to embody them as best he or she can. We embrace the idea-advanced by both ancient philosophers and modern physicists-that the world is one. Everything connects to everything; therefore, as we change, the world cannot but change with us.

~ Marianne Williamson from ‘Everyday Grace’

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Every day, a fresh attempt…

With your permission, reblogging.

Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean

On the spiritual path, we know we have covered hundreds of miles, or thousands of miles, or millions of miles, or billions of miles, or even trillions of miles. Some people have covered many, many miles over the years. They have had many, many incarnations. Again, some people in the spiritual life have covered only ten miles, twenty miles, thirty miles or forty miles.

But no matter how many miles we have completed, we have to forget about the distance we have covered over the years on the strength of our prayer and meditation. Every morning we have to make a new attempt, a fresh attempt, to fly a little higher, to dive a little deeper, to go forward a little farther. Whatever our height is, we shall make an absolutely new attempt. Early in the morning, when we look at a flower, we get so much joy. Then in…

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Islamic Bangladesh has lost all its humanity. Now trying eviction of minority Hindus by threatening letters.

Expect Indian Hindus to reach out??? Nah, they are too busy to secure their”UNKNOWN FUTURE”-no matter what as their new religion is ONLY MONEY, HONEY!

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Hindu Kaffirs, Leave Bangladesh - Islamists send anonymous letters.

Persecution upon Hindus in BD all time high.

Hindu Kaffirs, Leave Bangladesh – Islamists send anonymous letters.

‘Time has come,’ threat to Satkhira Hindus 

Hindu families receive anonymous letters threatening eviction. 

Dhaka Tribune  Correspondent | updated on January 29, 2014 |  Satkhira, Bangladesh::  “Time has come to leave your homes immediately,” that’s the message 20 Hindu families received as a threat in anonymous letters, in Satkhira Sadar, Tuesday afternoon.

“You have been living here for a long time. Not anymore. Whether you have to sell your domain or just abandon, the time has come for you to leave it immediately,” the letters said.

Some of the receipients were lawyers.

Satkhira is known to be a stronghold of the Jamaat-e-Islami and is listed as one of the “vulnerable” areas of the country where specialised forces are currently cracking down.

The families are living in fear after these hand-written letters were…

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Hindu-Sikh and other Minorities blame growing discrimination, torture, abduction, rape, killing in Pakistan.

Any religion based on expansion theory bound to be intolerant towards all non-followers.

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The shoes I walk in: Minorities blame growing discrimination for the loss of a feeling of fellowship

THe Sword of Islam in PakistanTribune Correspondent | Karachi | January 26, 2014:: In 1947, there were a 100 Parsi families living in Quetta. Today, there are only two.

“This figure alone tells the deplorable state of minorities in the country,” aptly concluded Justice (retd) Mehta Kailash Nath Kohli, the keynote speaker on the first day of a two-day workshop, ‘Status of Religious Minorities in Pakistan: Challenges and Response’, organised by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) at the Avari Towers on Saturday.

The judge, who hails from Quetta, spoke how his community members — the Hindus — are being abducted and kidnapped. “Since Pakistan’s inception, not a single law has been legislated in favour of religious minorities,” he added.

Human rights defenders from Palestine, France, Indonesia and Philippines gravely listened to the woes of the…

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Hindu Elements in Indian Constitution.

Timely article.

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Hindu Elements in Indian Constitution. The implication of Hindu Culture and Tradition in Indian Constitution.

IC Pic 1 pg frontUpananda Brahmachari | Hindu Existence Bureau | 26 January 2014:: India i.e. Bharat is celebrating its 65th anniversary of adopting its Constitution as it was taken granted on the day of 26th January, 1950. We are very much proud for the Indian Constitution and celebrating the Republic Day, but we never look through the Hindu Elements in Indian Constitution or the implication of Hindu Culture and Tradition in it.

The partition of India in 1947, made this unique land of cultural unity divided into two pieces on the basis of two nation theory, Hindu-Muslim basis which was undesirable to the majority people.  But, the communal minority Muslims procured their holy land of Pakistan on the strength swords and the cunning politics in connivance of the British who adopted ‘divide-&-rule’ policy.

Though least blood shedder and…

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