Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Pundit (Part Two)

The Pundit (Part Two)

Several years later, the pundit donned the ochre robes of an aesthetic. He left his home town and wandered in search of Truth. One night when he was still walking past midnight, he was greeted by a man in the street who asked him who he was and what he was doing. ‘Some people say…

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The Pundit (Part One)

The Pundit (Part One)

There once lived a pundit in a village, and he was proud of his religious knowledge. He would preach to the people passing by in the street, and they would usually stop and listen. One evening, however, everyone seemed to be in a rush and no one had time to hear his discourse on God…

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Grace

Grace

Faith Be my candle in the night Grace Be the wings, give me flight For I would sail upon a breeze Far above the seas I can’t cross the ocean Can’t cross the ocean Can’t cross the ocean Without your grace Peace Calm the winds and the waves Grace Steer my boat to one who…

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A Full Cup and an Empty Cup

A Full Cup and an Empty Cup

“We have been talking about logic and the mind,” Guruji began. “When I was teaching yoga in Varanasi, one man came to visit me in the evening. He was a trumpet player in his fifties – he wanted my advice. He told me he had been doing meditation for twenty years, and explained that when…

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