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A Quick Word

What is all this fuss about “nature”? What is it, even? Nature eats her young, her frail, her elders. Nature is cruel. Are you “nature-centric”? Good for you.

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Vasant Panchami 2016

Tomorrow is Vasant Panchami, a spring festival in Northern India. It is also Saraswati’s birthday, and the day that her puja is held. While Vasant Panchami as a spring festival is pretty much confined to northern India (for reasons of climate, obviously), the Indian government has promoted Saraswati Puja as a Pan-Indian holiday in an effort to boost literacy rates. 50 more words

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Goddess of the Day January 31 2016

“Sarasvati’s themes are learning, wisdom and communication.  Her symbols are white flowers (especially Lotus), marigolds and swans. A Hindu Goddess of eloquence and intelligence, Sarasvati extends a refreshing drink from her well of knowledge to complete the month with aptitude. 217 more words

Morning Thoughts

Truth and Immortality

A sinful man speaking words that are agreeable may be had in this world. But a speaker of words that are disagreeable though sound as regimen, or a hearer of the same, is very rare.

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Self-Realization

It's a What Now?

What’s the female equivalent of a bromance, I wonder? Girlcrush? Sorormance? Sormance? Ooh! Sorormancy! I practice Sorormancy!

– Me, babbling to myself.

Sorormancy is a good name for it, however the proper term would be womance.

– Saraswati, in reply

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The Turtle Shell

My usual response to stress is to withdraw, and others have noted this about me. I shield myself very effectively. Too effectively actually. I call it the “turtle shell.” Nothing can get through it, not even Saraswati. 119 more words

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Crown Chakra

Saraswati has taken up her familiar perch above my crown chakra. She hovers there as a ball of white light. Sometimes she will sink into my body, riding just underneath my heart – at the solar plexus. 13 more words

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