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~ Israel ~

An unexpected trip to Israel
2-4-15 to 2-14-15

… There are times in our lives when we are faced with challenges ~ for whatever reason, we no longer see things the same way and some questions need answers. 191 more words


Stephen Hawking and Creation...in his words!

Photo credit: http://www.reddit.com/r/atheism/comments/1cmc63/

“I believe the simplest explanation is, there is no God. No one created the universe and no one directs our fate. This leads me to a profound realization that there probably is no heaven and no afterlife either. 31 more words


Responses to common arguments Christian apologists use to claim Jesus' divinity

In this post we’ll be examining some of the reasons that Christians assert that we should worship Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour. Missionaries and Evangelists usually promote these arguments to the layman in the Muslim community and while there is a bulk of resources out there (for example, see our numerous links) that do try to respond to these arguments, I’ve found them sometimes a bit too in-depth and scholarly for the layman, especially since they are in a more detailed form of English. 1,519 more words


Awareness reduces suffering

Our eyes will see what we want to see, our ears will hear what we want to hear.

The argument will be  “whatever is in front of our eyes we have to see and if someone is saying something we have to hear.”

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Spiritual Musings

~ Your Painted Soul ~

I painted your soul in that moment,
As your forehead touched mine,
And Love announced her presence,
As she dived into my vulnerable heart,

Surrendered, I opened to all senses, 158 more words



My footsteps marching towards temple, I carefully managed to miss the monsoon gifted puddle on the kuccha roads of my village. With basket of flowers in a hand and other hand busy managing my silk dupatta, I passed by herd of cattle returning back from their day of graze on freshly cropped  shoots to nearby pastures. 600 more words

Queen Mab, by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Preface: I really, really suck at reading poetry. And I mean REALLY. As in, 90% of the time, I can’t understand a word I read. Several years ago, I started a project to try to improve my poetry-reading skills, and to finally find some poetry I actually enjoyed. 544 more words