The Cosmic Drama

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It’s ironic that the mix up of the Academy Awards best picture award has been taken as such a mess up by those connected with the movie industry, and of course by the press who tend to put a negative … Continued

Fugue

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The last 24 hours have been especially good. I heard of the release of Dada Maheshvarananda from 9-months wrongful imprisonment in a Venezuelan jail. My rental application for a beautiful jagrti (meditation centre) in the heart of Adelaide was approved. … Continued

We Are Better Than That

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Whenever I have been in the USA I have felt a great connection with black people. Although they have been exploited and oppressed in that country for hundreds of years now, and right up to this day, they continue to … Continued

The Misguided Ducklings

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A few days ago I came across a couple of Australian wood ducks with a brood of newly-hatched ducklings. The parents were initially fiercely protective of them, but the more they got to know me the less aggressive they became. … Continued

Service to All

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Our modern-day society is now waking up to the fact that it’s the giving rather than the taking that’s going to make the difference in the end: both personally as well as socially. The more we give of ourselves, the … Continued

My 25th Meditation Anniversary

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Today is the 25th anniversary of me practicing Ananda Marga meditation, yoga, sentient vegetarian diet, regular fasting, etc. I feel like a different person now compared to what I was back in 1991 when I started: physically, mentally and spiritually. … Continued

The Bird

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The other day I went to a supermarket and noticed a bird flying around. When I pointed it out to one of the employees he said that it had been there for the last three years because it hadn’t been … Continued

Community Service

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Six months ago I was driving through the Nullarbor Plain in the middle of the Australian outback, on my way back from Perth to Adelaide. It was the middle of summer, I had the windows down with the hot desert … Continued