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A Lesson in Humility

  It’s been a couple of months since I’ve had the chance to blog. The learning though has gone on unabated. I went to India, spent time with family, was inundated by the sights and sounds and smells and tastes, … Continue reading

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The Slippery Slope

Is it wrong to want to buy gold ornaments for our daughters? Is it wrong to want a bigger house? Is it okay to buy a fancy new car? Ah, Desire! Always present, never satisfied, seemingly within our grasp, but … Continue reading

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Not So Fast! A Message from the Universe

Now that we have three Gita classes, I’m enjoying the insights and contributions of all our members, learning what I can where I can. Last week as we talked about how sorrow, fear and anger can drag us down and hold … 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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Sensory Overload

“Is it wrong to want to experience new things, especially when we may never get the chance to do so again?” A question from one of our members who just returned from a trip to Amsterdam. She shared her internal … Continue reading

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Lord Ganesha

The Story of Lord Ganesha: The Elephant God The story of Ganesha is one of the most colorful in Hindu religion. Ganesha, the elephant-headed God, with his pot belly and the tiny mouse for his conveyance,  is an object at once of ridicule and reverence. … Continue reading

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Is it Working?

Once in a while, it’s important to stop and see if what we are doing is working. We meet once a week online, we read and discuss the verses, sometimes we argue vehemently over interpretations but at the end of … Continue reading

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