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Should women dress modestly?

For centuries, religious clerics have railed against women for tempting men with their seductive and skimpy clothing, and sought to sequester them and restrict their dress choices.  1,777 more words

Sri Aurobindo

lallouslab reblogged this on lallous' lab and commented:

A interesting point of view on modest dressing where women are not blamed.

At the Cosmic Midnight Hour: Karma and Rebirth in Rudolf Steiner and Sri Aurobindo

When one has an encounter in the world, be it a deep sense of familiarity or peace in an unknown landscape, an attraction to an area of study, or a strong desire to make a connection with a newly met individual, that experience of novelty can often be intermingled with a quality of memory. 2,383 more words

Essays

beduwen reblogged this on What the Focus and commented:

Do you believe in karma? How about reincarnation? For those who say "no," I ask you: "Is this really all there is?" I don't think so. I happen to believe in both karma and reincarnation. I have studied Anthroposophy, and while I don't agree with get much of Rudolph Steiner's writing, I do think he has it right when he talks about reincarnation. I found a blog today which has a great description of both karma and reincarnation. For your reading pleasure, I am reblogging the post. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the subject, in the comments below.

Condescending Customs

I wished I wasn’t so sensitive sometimes. I usually go with the flow, make jokes,  laugh at myself and in general remain unaffected by peoples negative actions. 524 more words

Karma

Lección del Karma:

Cuando un pájaro esta vivo se come a las hormigas.

Cuando el pájaro esta muerto, las hormigas se lo comen a él.

El tiempo y las circunstancias pueden cambiar en algún momento. 54 more words

Stories...

Real Karma

Because Matthew Berdyck is responsible for so much negativity and either directly or indirectly for the death of Sally Estebrook, 9 time Grammy nominated Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine’s mother in law, Matt’s life is a shallow meanlingless existence without access to any real relationships or access to his own children. 205 more words