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From the wellspring of ancient Hindu Tradition emerged the definition of the “Guru”, the one who embodies disciplined qualities of harmony, love, truth and compassion: The guru is celebrated in the present lunar month of Ashada (June/July) on the full moon day, Guru Purnima. The Hindu culture extols its illumined masters, recognizing that the most precious treasure of humanity is wisdom. We honor our wisdom carriers as gods and goddesses who walk…Continue
Lately I’ve had to reflect on what the purpose of interfaith dialogue is. I think sometimes if you’re a person who is interested in this kind of work, or, better yet, actively working to help support it, you can become
so inundated with distracting buzzwords or terminology that it’s easy to lose
sight of what really ignited your passion for this work in the first place.
Case in point:…Continue
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A little over a week ago I went to Toronto with a small Christian group (Micah Challenge) to be witness to the people at the G20. We walked with other nonviolent protesters in the People's March. However, the news was dominated by anarchists burning police cars and smashing windows. How can we, as nonviolent people, get the medias attention over such chaos?
Two movements I have studied extensively include the Civil Rights movement in…Continue
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