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"Trump can't win"

There are people who understand the ins and outs of “politics.” Don’t expect me to match the expertise of those glued to the ever changing map of party politics. 502 more words


Bitter Truth: India Is NOT The Greatest.

“We are citizens of a great country, on the verge of bold advance, and we have to live up to that high standard. All of us, to whatever religion we may belong, are equally the children of India with equal rights, privileges, and obligations.” – Jawaharlal Nehru, Tryst of Destiny. 411 more words


Freedom of Form 7: Unity in Diversity

Jesus’ voice is what counts, not ours; and His voice in “the great assembly” is as rich and complex as the constitution of His people. There is a unity and diversity in the voices of His assembly which we would not be able to hold together on our own. 13 more words


In Search of Indians.. in India

This was being written in a hospital. During almost a month spent outside Intensive Care Units, Operation Theatres and in wards, there is one thing that made me think deeply about and stirred memories: how we, in India, are not Indians but Kannadigas, Telugus, Maharashtrians, Biharis or…… 1,182 more words


Unity in Diversity, a Charade?

Many terms can be used to define the phrase Unity in Diversity. It can be defined as “Oneness in varieties”, “Co-existing in-spite of our difference”, “Respect to people and their beliefs”, etc and etc but in reality do we really live up to our said reputation? 575 more words


What does Living Sadhana mean anyways?

Sadhana is the Vedic word for ‘spiritual practice’,  it is our daily self-effort to evolve spiritually. The words of Master Swami Sivananda Saraswati always ring in my ears,“Life is Sadhana”. 412 more words





Should any one object that, since the communities and nations and races and peoples of the world have different formalities, customs, tastes, temperaments, morals, varied thoughts, minds and opinions, it is therefore impossible for ideal unity to be made manifest and complete union among men to be realized, we say that differences are of two kinds: One leads to destruction, and that is like the difference between warring peoples and competing nations who destroy one another, uproot each other’s families, do away with rest and comfort and engage in bloodshed and rapacity. 892 more words

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