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why do Indian's join both palms together to Greet ?

In Short:  In our culture, people greet each other by joining their palms – termed as “Namaskar.” The general reason behind this tradition is that greeting by joining both the palms means respect. 395 more words

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Backyard Buddha

April 22, 2015: The head of Buddha rests against rocks in my backyard.

What you don’t see here is my entire zen space which is home to a full-bodied likeness of Buddha sitting in the lotus position, centered in the area with an assortment of candles behind it. 112 more words

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Moody Vines

I shot this image with my phone camera last Fall when I was with my gal pals at our annual reunion in Murphys, CA. We went wine tasting at a boutique (husband and wife owned) winery and it was so nice of them to give us a tour of their vineyards. 76 more words

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Namaste Earth: 5 Ways to Honor our Mother Earth Today

The Earth is our home. Our beautiful, amazing, mysterious, breathtaking home during our sacred journey through life. Earth deserves for us to take responsibility for how we treat her. 355 more words

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"Gypsy Rose" by Shireen Sandoval

Gypsy Rose
Posted: Sep 24, 2014 3:49 PM EDT
Reported by Shireen Sandoval, Deco Driver Anchor / Entertainment Reporter

The bohemian beauty of the Southwest is an indelible part of my existence. 1,617 more words

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