Mahatma Gandhi and the Bhagavad Gita

Mahatma Gandhi and the Bhagavad Gita

by Uma Majmudar, Ph.D. No other book or scripture influenced Gandhi, shaped his character, and transformed his life as profoundly and permanently as did the Bhagavad Gita. Among the many books he read, “Gita” alone became an unfailing source of strength and solace to...

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Clementine Rigby (1912—2014)

Clementine Rigby (1912—2014)

by Joanne Kilgour Clementine Rigby was with us for 102 years. Her final months were filled with the clear belief that it was time for her to finish her work on earth. She intimated that she prayed unceasingly for Mother Sarada to release her from her earthly coil....

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Vandana (1928-2014)

Vandana (1928-2014)

by Amrita M. Salm Jean Ayars Pohli, known as “Vandana” in Vedanta circles, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 19, 2014. She was a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the only child of Robert and Gertrude Ayars, both of whom were professors at the University of...

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Alasingha Perumal: A Rare Disciple of Swami Vivekananda

Alasingha Perumal: A Rare Disciple of Swami Vivekananda

by Swami Tathagatananda Review by John Schlenck Book info: Vedanta Society of New York Paperback      $5.00    69 pp.     2014 This short biography of Swami Vivekananda’s South Indian disciple Alasingha Perumal will be of particular interest to Swamiji’s...

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The Honey Doctrine

by Russell Atkinson “All this is honey to all this,” the old man said, his honey-brown flesh shining from his outstretched arms. Up and over his head they went then down until his fluid fingers touched the leaves on the forest floor. His hands, still beautiful in...

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The Magical Mirror of Kuan Yin Pusa

The Magical Mirror of Kuan Yin Pusa

by William Page [Reprinted by permission of the author] Among my father’s papers when he died was an account of a picture he had bought in a Shanghai flea market. This was a framed painting of Kuan Yin Pusa, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, “She who heeds the cries of...

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The Last Letter of Pontius Pilate

The Last Letter of Pontius Pilate

by Steven F. Walker [A Christian legend probably dating back to the third century has it that Pontius Pilate, driven to suicidal desperation by the memories of his role in the crucifixion of Christ, drowned himself in the Rhone River somewhere near the modern city of...

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A Variation on the Cow Killer Story

A Variation on the Cow Killer Story

A Playlet by Bill Davis Narrator: One day some visitors are walking in a garden. First visitor: This is a remarkable garden. Look how delightfully everything is arranged. Second visitor: I especially like the subtle contrasting colors of the blooming flowers. It’s...

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