If Divine is present everywhere at the same time, Divine is present in both material, and immaterial substances. I call the Science that studies and investigtes immaterial substances as the Science of Spirituality.
Indians carry their identity in their hearts. The identity is simply revealed by listening to their hearts.
Indians seek the quality of Kshama, patience, tolerance, and forbearance to deal with the consequences of physical and psychological wounds. They believe in the concept of Time as a Healer of all Wounds.The healing process and repair mechanisms operate beyond man’s volitional control and so could be described as a Divine Gift, a gift which humans have no ability to invent on their own.
The experience of time on this planet Earth is an illusionary experience, and is not an absolute experience. The Perception of ‘Change’ depends upon the spot in the Universe where we may exist at a given instant. The Time’s Power of Dissolution would compel us to explore the concept of Absolute and Unchanging Reality
Man’s perception of the physical world and his true identity is transformed by a Fundamental Force/Power/ Energy called Maya which is beyond his control. Man will be able to recognize his true identity with the help of a Force/Power/Energy known as “KRUPA”.
Creative Writing Class at Pioneer High School, Ann Arbor is taught by Jeff Kass who also teaches at the Eastern Michigan University. Creative Writing must describe the ‘Individualistic Rhythm’. A Creative Writer never dies as his thoughts survive in his Writing.
An introduction to ‘Bhavanajagat’ and my Indian Identity. I welcome noble thoughts from all directions while I explore the nature of Truth and Reality.
Nature supports and sustains life through various material energies, and wind or air in motion is considered to be a vital force.
Indians are fascinated by the Blue color of the Sky. In the rest of the Universe, the color of the Sky is Black or Dark. The Sanskrit word Neela or Nila describes both Blue and Black or Dark colors.
Nobel Laureate Jean Paul Sartre believes that “Man is condemned to be free.” Is that so???