There is no Absolute
On the surface, Yin and Yang are exact opposites. It is, however, always based on perspective, depending on what is the parameter of comparison. 1,099 more words
LORD Krishna the famed deity of Hinduism, pegged the complex duality of our human minds more than five thousand years ago.
In the Bhagavad-Gita Krishna instructs his disciple Arjuna on the paradoxical nature of the mind and senses — all while the pair were in the middle of a battlefield with arrows flying. 1,134 more words
I’m going to let you folks in on an important secret about mysticism.
This is long overdue and crucial to the development of our species and both its religions and sciences, so I hope you will pay very close attention and try to really grok the distinction between what I am going to say and any preconceived notions you might have about mysticism. 2,156 more words
“As attention spans shrink,” says the digital design and marketing text I just read. It’s referring to the amount of time a mobile-device user spends on a site, which depends upon design, content, authenticity, simplicity, speed, and value. 791 more words