Out of twenty four hour- 8 hours sleep
2 hours basic needs
2 hours to watch tv , news paper etc
If one and all of us utilized rest of the 12 hours per day for productive purpose heaven comes to our life very soon - words of elders to think and to follow. Only solutions labour problem of the world.
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here we collect news from msn yesterday indias giant family ,
mizoram Family members of Ziona (R) poses for a group photo outside their residence in Baktawng village, in the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram. Ziona is the head of a religious sect called "Chana," which allows polygamy and was founded by his father Chana in 1942. Ziona has 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren. He lives in his 4 storey 100-room house with 181 members of his family…Continue
from AFP/Yahoo news
US President Barack Obama sent a message to world religious leaders meeting in Assisi on Thursday, speaking of the power of interfaith dialogue to help the afflicted and bring peace.
“Through interfaith dialogue, we can unite in common cause to lift the afflicted, make peace where…Continue
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4th day of the festival of Sokar
Greetings to all on this the 4th day of the festival of Sokar
To day we gather for the Feast of Sekhmet,Bast & Ra may their great and many blessings be with you all on this day
It is necessary to help others in our daily lives, merely praying for them isn't enough.
Here we can see that the Netjar telling us that although prayer helps to focus the mind and spirit, the real way forward to solve any…
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3rd day of the festival of Sokar
Greetings to all on this the 3rd day of the festival of Sokar
Transformation into Bennu
The more contact we have with one another and the more we come to understand each other’s values, the greater will be our mutual respect.
Through out history we have been shown that one of the main reasons for hate and conflict could have been avoided it we had heeded these very words.
The Netjar show us that we have to understand and…Continue
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One of the most cited adages of my medical training has been William Osler’s famous quip: “the secret of caring for the patient is in caring for the patient.”
For those not in the medical field, this may seem trivial and quite obvious. I would agree. Perhaps the exalted status of this adage says less about its elegance and more about desperation to grab onto any poetic description of caring and compassion. The value of compassion is not one formally taught in most medical schools.…Continue
2nd day Festival of Sokar
Greetings to all on this the 2nd day of the festival of Sokar
As compassion grows stronger, so does your commitment to the welfare of all beings, even if you have to act alone.
From these words we can learn that there are times when we have to act as in individual and not to be one of the crowd. For there are times that the action of just one person can lead to greater help for the greater than the combined ations of a mass group.
Added by barry von clemens on October 29, 2011 at 4:29am — No Comments
By Steve McSwain
from Huffington Post
Thomas Merton, Roman Catholic Trappist monk (1915-68) was one of the greatest proponents of “inter-spirituality” in modern history. He believed that the pursuit of a mystical life was the key to meaning, as well as unity, between people.
He was right then. He’s still right today.
I’m a Christian by…Continue
In recent years, the criticism on human rights and Islam has increased. This includes two extreme views which surprisingly both have the same claim, namely that Islam and human rights are incompatible. One group working from an 'Western secular vision ‘ which sees Islam as a religion with fossilized medieval laws incompatible with contemporary "Western human rights'. The other group consists of Muslims from an orthodox-dogmatic perspective who 'argues that the phenomenon of' human rights' is…Continue
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The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has launched this year's edition of the State of the World's Population Report to guide policy makers and researchers to institute measures to prevent conflicts and enhance development.
The report on the theme: "People and Possibilities in a World of 7 billion" focuses on the world population which is expected to reach 7 billion on the 31st of October, 2011.
It also looks at the trends that are defining our world of 7 billion…
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Anand Krishna on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 invited the people to attend an open house in order to celebrate Deepavali, the Festival of Lights. It’s a symbol while the crime is defeated by the Divine Light. Truth shall always be the winner.
The celebration was began at 18:30 in Anand Ashram Sunter,…Continue
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Festival of Sokar
Greetings to all on this the 1st day of the festival of Sokar and on the day of the Transformation into Bennu.
Once your mind is calm and full of love, there is no room for hatred or fear. Others will trust you because of your open heart.
Kemetic Federation and Faith
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I read recently about 5 blind brothers that were washing an elephant.
The first Brother proclaimed the experience was like a washing a large flat
wall the second disagreed and said, it was like 4 palm tree trunks,
the third, thinking the first two were fools said, it was just like two long
the fourth said, that's absurd, it was like two big banana leaves
the fifth and shortest said it was like a rope hanging from the…Continue
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By Aparna Nair
from The Times of India
NAGPUR: Prasanna Kaimal stands precariously on her terrace, helping her brother hang up the lights for Diwali. People doing all kinds of stunts for Diwali decorations is not a new thing. What sets Prasanna apart is that her community does not traditionally celebrate Diwali. She belongs to the Malayalee…Continue
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motor car accident how controle?
Given below are some statistics from the website of The Department of Road Transport and Highway, Government of India:
india since 2003
Incidentally, India holds the dubious distinction of registering the highest number of road accidents in the world. According to the experts at the National Transportation Planning and Research Centre (NTPRC) the number of road accidents in India is three times higher than…
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I recently took part in a series of public demonstrations organized by the Workers' Dignity Project, which is a branch of the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC) concerned with the recovery of stolen wages.
In this case, a dishwasher named Bernardino had been shorted over $10,000 dollars in wages by a Nashville restaurant owner. After nearly a year of phone calls and letter writing campaigns, Bernardino had received multiple promises of financial compensation but…Continue
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From 27th to 29th October, 2011, New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation, in collaboration with the Voices of Angels Foundation, United Religions Initiative (URI), Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group and the Interfaith Peacebuilding Initiative, will host 100 youth at the 3rd Annual International Conference on Interfaith Dialogue and Non-Violent Communication, in the City of Jos, Nigeria's "Home of Peace and Tourism".
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