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Don’t Take Sorrow!

Sr. Kiran explains the difference between pain and sorrow, why another’s sorrow is not meant for personal consumption and how to avoid making a meal of it! “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” “Judge not, lest ye be judged.” Having been raised a Christian, the wisdom of the Golden ...  Read more.

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The Art of Window Cleaning

Charles Hogg presents the methods to see the specialities in the self and others In every street there is a Mrs. Judgement and a Mrs. Honesty. One day Mrs. Honesty decided to visit Mrs. Judgement. As soon as Mrs. Honesty arrived, Mrs. Judgement began to complain about her new neighbours, a family ...  Read more.

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Of Frogs, Captains, Iceburgs...and Eagles!

Marc Fourcade reflects on what you need to change the course of your life The world is moving. Either we move with it or we move against it, in which case we may not be strong enough! The forces on the move are enormous and uncontrollable; they are the forces of nature, the forces of life. The ...  Read more.

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Shopping for God in the Spiritual Supermarket

Valerie Coyle interviews Dadi JankiWhy most people are lost and searching, disillusioned and desperate for solutions. Valerie Coyle: The Western world seems inundated with so many different spiritual choices and teachers, and most people seem to be shopping around in the spiritual supermarket and ...  Read more.

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Encounters with God

By Anthony StranoAuthor’s bio: Anthony Strano is Director of Brahma Kumaris Centres in Greece, Hungary and Turkey Anthony Strano explains what happens when we have a direct personal relationship with God and why it is important. I remember when I was thirteen and I thought, “What am I going to do ...  Read more.

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Women and Spirituality

Sudesh Didi describes the unique role which women play within the Brahma Kumaris In a world where women have been seen traditionally as someone's wife, mother, daughter, or sister, why would a woman choose to follow a spiritual path? Perhaps because, deep inside every woman has a longing to “be” ...  Read more.

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The Feminine Principle

By Gayatri NaraineAuthor’s Bio: Gayatri Naraine is the Brahma Kumaris Representative at the United Nations in New York. This article, (copyright 1998 by Gayatri Naraine), was a featured article in “The Fabric of the Future—Women Visionaries Illuminate the Path to Tomorrow”, edited by M.J. Ryan, and ...  Read more.

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Food for Thought

Barbara Ramsay reflects on what’s good in food and best in diet. ‘Always read the fine print’ used to refer to mortgages, contracts and important business deals. Now it’s cereal boxes, soup cans and bottles of juice. We stand in supermarkets peering at labels, trying to decipher strange codes with ...  Read more.

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Dying to be Thin

Jillian Sawers breaks down the myths surrounding diet and beauty and how to break free from the fear of food In a recent study of high school girls 53% were unhappy with their bodies by age thirteen and by the age of eighteen 78% were dissatisfied. The United Kingdom now has 3.5 million ...  Read more.

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The Art of Heart Maintenance

By Charles Hogg Author bio: Charles Hogg is director of the Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centres in Australia. Charles Hogg reveals the secrets of a healthy heart. It was my first visit to Calcutta. The pot-holed road from the airport was lined with humpies and flocks of vultures leering with menace ...  Read more.

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