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Verse from the Veda about Compassion for Others

I was born in a small town where everyone looked the same in being white and shared the same religion. At about twelve years of age, a black family moved into the neighborhood and it was scary, in part because I had never seen anyone who looked like that and because I had heard stories of what might happen to the community. 205 more words

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Verse from the Veda about Helping Another

I cannot understand why a person would want to shoot people randomly, like the recent incident in the United States where someone killed twelve people before being shot. 543 more words

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Verse from the Veda About Being Pro-Life by Being Pro-Choice

In recent months in the United States, and especially since Mother’s Day, there has been an attack on mothers, and specifically, mothers-to-be. A few days before Mother’s Day, Georgia’s governor, Brian Kemp, signed into law a fetal-heartbeat abortion ban, which would ban abortions by the sixth week, a time when most women do not even know they are pregnant. 393 more words

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Verse from the Veda on Mother’s Day

It is Mother’s Day today in the United States, so it seems appropriate to write a little about women. It is unfortunate that today, there is discrimination against people for reasons of race, nationality, religion or non-religion, sexual preference, and so on, but around the world, the greatest amount of discrimination is against women. 190 more words

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Verse from the Veda About Non-Killing

I find it hypocritical that Christians put up signs in schools in the US that say “In God We Trust.” The motto also appears in Government buildings like the one in the photo accompanying this post. 400 more words

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Verse from the Veda with the Knowledge of Heaven for people to Rise to Heaven

The Veda, the Sacred Knowledge, is advanced on Rgvedaschool.com with the help of the principle of life and sensation, a breath from heaven for a person to rise to heaven. 225 more words

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Verse from the Veda to Break Existence to Pieces to Set Free

Rigveda in Sanskrit means the “Sacred Text of the Sacred Knowledge” and it is the oldest spiritual text in the world. It is commonly associated with Hinduism, although the teaching is to become a Buddha, and as such, a little closer to Buddhism. 213 more words

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