Tag Archives: moksha

Receiving Grace

The Gita says nothing can be achieved without God’s grace. So what should we do in order to receive it? An urgent question from one of our members this week. She has completed most of her householder duties, and at … Continue reading

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Food for Thought

It isn’t often that the Gita makes me jump from my chair and run to make amends, but this week’s verses delivered such a jolt that I had to take immediate action. It was a Tuesday afternoon and I sat … Continue reading

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Five Wishes

How can you stop wanting? Is that even humanly possible? We all want something, whether it’s the welfare of our family, or job security, or world peace. Are all desires equally bad? Is craving equality and freedom, for example, as … Continue reading

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Kama, Artha, Dharma, Moksha

Hinduism outlines the hierarchy of values pretty clearly. All of these human urges, for pleasure, for wealth, for justice and for liberation are condoned, but like Maslow’s heirarchy of needs, the higher urges cannot come into being without the lower … Continue reading

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