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Civic Versus Sacred Art in New Mexico

I expected to find art in Santa Fe.

I knew I would visit the Georgie O’Keeffe Museum (a touching experience that made me feel bonded to the artist), the  963 more words


What was it that drew Jobs and Zuckerman to Neem Karoli Baba? - Amitabha Pande

“I had a wonderful, bantering, irreverent relationship with the baba. While his intuitive abilities and ability to read your mind were literally ‘mind-blowing’—he could floor you completely by telling you exactly what you may have been thinking a moment ago, or a few hours ago or a few nights ago as though it was the most natural thing in the world to be a kind of benevolent thought-policeman—he performed no sleight of hand tricks, or miracles; gave no sermons, expected nothing, accepted no gifts, and was sure to disappoint you if you went in search of magical solutions to your worldly—or even other-worldly—problems.” – Amitabha Pande… 1,090 more words


Presence of Peaceful bliss

In 2000 when I would walk back to office after lunch, would wonder at the meaning of ‘Love in Action’ banners. These were hung outside the Whitefield Ashram of Sathya Sai Baba. 1,216 more words


The Miracle of Love

The walls in Steve Jobs’ bedroom, the room in which he breathed his last, were bare except for the lone picture of Neem Karoli Baba hanging on one one of them. 1,741 more words


The Guru and the Disciple

The year was 1935.

A young college student was spending a lazy summer afternoon hanging around the temple complex of Dakshineshwar when, at a secluded corner, he was accosted by a rather burly looking Brahmin. 2,213 more words