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    On Nov 30, 2018 Jagdish P Dave wrote:

     As I understand, there are two perspectives of looking at and understanding the world. I would call them scientific and spiritual. In my opinion both have value in understanding the world. As Charles Eisenstein writes, the first perspective looks at the world in which we all are separate from each other and from nature. The other perspective emphasises unity, interconnectedness, interbeing and oneness. There is one thread of energy that underlies all apparently different-not separate- entities. Personally, I am more inclined towards this unifying spiritual perspective.

    I feel oneness in all beings- between me, the other and nature- when I act mindfully going beyond my self-centeredness and not bound by the narrow perspective. This expereince and this way  of relating to life is a gift for me. It makes me internally rich and happy. When I live my everyday life mindfully, I live in gratitude for life

    Namaste!
    Jagdish P Davw


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    On Dec 5, 2018 Rebecca Huang wrote:

     Very well put, and so poetically, too.  All of these comments are so uplifting and wonderful to read.
    Thank you for this.
    Regards,

    Rebecca


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    On Dec 7, 2018 Amy wrote:

    Beautiful!  â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ 


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