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Dayamati Richard Hayes
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A fair-to-middling Sanskritist and a philosophical charlatan.
A fair-to-middling Sanskritist and a philosophical charlatan.

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Can international co-operation evolve into a world in which there are no nations at all?

Imagine there’s no countries Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people living life in peace, you You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one I hope some day you’ll join us…
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There is nothing to be gained by resisting the fact that suffering is inescapable.

…the desire to become free from delusion or egocentrictiy is one of the causes of our delusion and egocentricity. …the desire to escape from this side of existence and enter another side is another expression of egocentric desire. — Shohaku…
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A modest suggestion that we would all be better off if we were realistic.
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That was then (April 3, 1860) When one considers how iconic the Pony Express is in American history, it may be hard to believe that the service was in operation for only nineteen months, from April 3, 1860 until October 26, 1861. Perhaps its most famous…
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A brief memoire of my relationship with awakening.
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“The world of dew is the world of dew. And yet, and yet–” ― Kobayashi Issa When I lived in Hiroshima from the autumn of 1977 until the spring of 1979, I often passed by the iconic A-bomb dome, the ruined remains of the former Hiroshima Prefectural…
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On April 14, 1906 a Pentecostal revival meeting was held in Los Angeles, an event that is considered to be the launching of the international Pentecostal movement.
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Hype is the very fabric of modern culture. To change the metaphor, hype is the very sea in which we swim.
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A convincement, in Quaker terminology, is what others call a conversion experience, a sudden or gradual transformative experience that results in a change in the direction of one’s life. A convincement, however, is more. It is also a feeling that one has…
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On March 29, 1886, John Pemberton brewed the first batch of Coca-Cola in his backyard in Atlanta, Georgia.
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