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Desire-less action is the best means to inaction

On the road of renunciation

the deluded man


his  sense organs

by abstinence

whilst dwelling in his mind

on the objects of sensation

hypocrite get off your bum! 27 more words


Objective vs. Subjective - Are We Becoming Zombies?

Science and religion have historically had a tension between them. Science’s goal is primarily to explain the world objectively (how do things work?), which often is extrapolated using subjective narratives ( 597 more words


Three Days Quote Challenge - Day 1

My Song Pick of the Day : Exaelitus by Yoko Kanno ft. Origa

Reason: The musical scores composed by Yoko Kanno have always been fantastic and this song is no exception. 413 more words


My Imagined Fall And Disgrace

Drowned in distress

With tears of sheer despondency

I cry mercy, please no more compassion

I was born with self control and austerity

Yet life’s pleasantries led me to believe in wanting more… 240 more words

Ancient Teachings

IV:14-15 The Secret to Avoiding Karma

The only kind of action that does not produce karma is action that has no self-motivated purpose.

Action does not affect Me, nor do I desire the fruits of actions. 863 more words

Ancient Mystical Writings

The World As His Audience

“Bhagavad-gita is also part of the Mahabharata, and it is full of the Lord’s instruction for the less intelligent class of men. Some less intelligent men say that Bhagavad-gita is not meant for householders, but such foolish men forget that Bhagavad-gita was explained to Arjuna, a grihastha (family man), and spoken by the Lord in His role as a grihastha.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 2.3.14 Purport) 1,076 more words

Hare Krishna

Why it is Important to Do Jury Service

I will admit I was reluctant and quite a Debbie Downer about doing jury duty. What got me going were my fears of going to jail if I didn’t do it. 785 more words

Jury Duty