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Continuing the religious theme of the last post . . .
As an atheist, I don’t pray.
And I don’t particularly like to hear the words “in our thoughts and prayers” because it so often seems a tired cliche people trot out when they hear something bad has happened to someone somewhere, so they don’t have to do anything more substantive about it. 162 more words
Hello, and welcome back to my blog! On a side note, I one day hope to post on a semi-regular basis. One day. Maybe today is the first day of the rest of my semi-regular blog-posting life. 1,003 more words
Some modern Caitanya bhakti sects emphasize preaching as the most important duty of a devotee. Preaching in this context carries the meaning of proselytizing, that is, attempting to convert people to become followers of the bhakti path. 1,066 more words