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    On Jan 18, 2020 David Doane wrote:

    For me, life in all its colors and fragrances means that life is a mixed bag full of an immense variety of experiences for us to be part of, respond to, learn and grow from. There was a time when the Christian theology I learned lost meaning. Western theology separates God from human, sacred from secular. Meaning returned in my life as a gift and a promise with my learning from the Eastern Wisdom tradition, the wisdom of the Vedic tradition, that all creation, living and not living, is one inseparable phenomena that I am part of. Meaning returned with my learning that all creation -- every thing, every plant, animal, and person, every color and fragrance -- is God incarnate. Knowing that means that all creation is sacred, and with that I reclaim my sense of the sacred. Meaning returned with Namaste, seeing God in all that is.

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    On Mar 1, 2021 Ashok wrote:

    Beautiful, and very true!!

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