Religious Gurus

Recognize Spiritual Abusers | Inas Younis

Bogood and evil are made up of truth. But good cannot tolerate any degree of lying and survive, while evil cannot survive without being disguised by some truth. Hypocrisy is a common human deformation. We all take steps to avoid a negative review. But this is often done out of …

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Dalit-Sikh? Caste sociology in the Punjab

The hyphenated Dalit-Sikh word, used in the media following the recent transfer of power from a dynast to a Dalit in the Punjab, suggests a historical rift, an unfinished integration, a failed promise or worse an impassable ditch. For many outside the Punjab, this must have come as a big …

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Senior generals contradict Biden’s claim that the military unanimously recommended a full withdrawal

Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, U.S. Central Command Chief Gen. Frank McKenzie confirmed that he initially recommended President Biden keep 2,500 troops in Afghanistan, contradicting the president’s assertion that the military unanimously recommended a total withdrawal. McKenzie also warned that a complete withdrawal would inexorably lead …

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The moral significance of modern food | John kainer

The French sociologist Émile Durkheim took moral questions very seriously. A descendant of seven generations of rabbis, he was to follow in his father’s footsteps and join the rabbinate. Instead, he pursued a career as a professor and established sociology – which he described as the science of morality – …

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Understanding Sikhism through Interfaith Dialogue

In an ongoing effort to create a platform for interfaith dialogue, the Archdiocesan Ministry of Ecumenical and Interfaith Affairs (AMEIA), in conjunction with the Catholics @ Home podcast, has produced its fourth series of Conversations on Understanding World Religions. Sep 25, 2021 By Mélissa FernandoIn an ongoing effort to create …

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Why everyone in Punjab loves a Dalit CM

Since Congress chose Charanjit Singh Channi to succeed Capt Amarinder Singh as the new Chief Minister of Punjab, Professor Ronki Ram has been inundated with phone calls from the media. Ram, who teaches political science at the University of Punjab, Chandigarh, is widely regarded as an authority on Dalits. No …

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Vaccination mandates and takeovers

Editor’s note: President Biden’s mandate that large employers require employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 struck a chord, judging by the mailbag at [email protected] Here is a sample. – Ken McIntyre Dear daily signal: When it comes to Fred Lucas’ reports on President Biden’s vaccine mandates, whether you’re pro-vax or …

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Does Xi Jinping play Don Quixote in Tibet?

Going through the Chinese establishment hysteria at the sight of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the photos of the Dalai Lamas, President Xi Jinping’s efforts to occupy the Tibetan religion from within appear to be another repeat of Don Quixote. Some contradictions are quite difficult to understand, especially when they reflect …

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Scorpios must act wisely; Know the other signs

Aries – This is a day to appease those who are upset. Do not offend the elderly in particular. Follow your father’s words. On the other hand, people working in ministries will have to be gentle in their behavior. People associated with business should not create dissatisfaction in the mind …

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Reflections of a master’s mind

Reading Amartya Sen’s Home in the World (Allen Lane, 2021), I remembered my brief meeting with him at the India International Center in Delhi in the early 1990s. One of my senior colleagues wondered, in context of Sen’s idea of ​​Indian pluralism, why the question of the division of casteism, …

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“The Taliban do not represent Islam,” says Syed Tayabul Bashar Maizbhandary, Bangladesh’s Sufi leader, South Asia News

Senior Bangladeshi Sufi leader Syed Tayabul Bashar Maizbhandary said “the Taliban do not represent Islam” and “academics must say it loud and clear”. Speaking exclusively to WION Senior Diplomatic Correspondent Sidhant Sibal, Maizbhandary said: “Anyone who sees what is happening in Afghanistan and the rise of the Taliban as a …

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New book explores “sectarian” language

August 7, 2021 “DTHE RINK Kool-Aid, ”which means unquestionably adhering to a belief or system, is often used jokingly by people unaware of its terrible origin in Peoples Temple, a 20th century religious community. (Jim Jones supporters in Guyana actually committed suicide by putting cyanide in Flavor Aid, a different …

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Gemini must control anger; Know the other signs

Aries – The day should be spent patiently. Teachers who plan to update their knowledge can enroll in any course starting today. Times are changing for those who work in software companies, you can change jobs by receiving a good offer. Iron traders are likely to get profits. You have …

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Where do the Cubs go from here?

Last week’s exchanges on Antoine Rizzo, Javier Baez, and Kris bryant were painful for Cubs fans. Rizzo had been a Cub for 9.5 years. Baez was drafted by the Cubs and his tenure spanned a decade. Bryant was with the team for eight years after being drafted. Friday afternoon, all …

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Norwalk Library plans to remove Sikh children’s book

NORWALK – The public library is considering removing a children’s book with illustrations of a Sikh leader after a resident said the performances were insulting and contrary to religion. Norwalk resident Mohinder Kalsi first drew the library board’s attention to former library director Christine Bradley, but resolution of the issue …

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What’s wrong with solid perfumes?

A new wave of perfumes is emerging. Before smashing candle beauty shelves and spraying bottles of Byredo, there was a solid scent. In fact, the alcohol-based liquid fragrances we know and love from our Impulse Body Spray Gateway Bottle are actually a whole new invention. According to Internet, at some …

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How a NASA tweet fueled a religious divide

The NASA logo is displayed on a cell phone screen. Photo by Beata Zawrzel / NurPhoto via Getty Images This week, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) tweeted to announce her latest application date for her fall internship program, along with footage of four interns currently working with her. …

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MJD News Update # 47

With the closures, churches will continue with Masses and online training. The vaccinations are in progress. Get vaccinated as soon as you can. The majority of the MJD clergy, including myself, have been vaccinated. Jul 10, 2021 Greetings and peace from the Lord Jesus Christ be with you, dear People …

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Dharmik Parikhya: The Tribune India Results

Tribune press service Amritsar, July 8 The Dharam Prachar Committee of the SGPC which annually organizes the Dharmik Parikhya (religious exam) across India for the flourishing principles of Gurbani, Gurmat (teachings of Sikh gurus), Sikh Rehat Maryada (Sikh code of conduct) and history sikhe, said the result of the review …

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Gaza paramedics investigated for practicing yoga

The Hamas regime in Gaza has reportedly opened an investigation into the participation of several dozen local paramedics in a yoga session sponsored by the Indian embassy. Paramedics were invited to the event after the last Gaza war in May to help them recover from the trauma of that conflict. …

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Government could allow Kanwar Yatra this year

Throwing a hint that the government may allow Kanwar Yatra this year, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked officials to issue the necessary guidelines on the matter as worshipers travel to neighboring states of Uttarakhand and Bihar for the jalabhishek. The Kanwar yatra begins on July 25. Last year, the …

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Ambedkar and his dhamma | Indian express

Written by Mihir Shah There was a time, believe it or not, when politics was a calling that attracted the brightest and most idealistic in society, charged with the dream of serving the greater good. Sadly, those days are long gone. Successive generations also began to have, naturally but unfortunately, …

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Indian diaspora student to present ‘NrityaKalanjali’

New Delhi: A student from the Diaspora will perform a Bharatanatyam Arangetram in Singapore, respecting the traditional Indian classical dance form in a predominantly multicultural nation that is a melting pot of diverse cultures like Peranakan, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and Eurasian. Ms. Vaidehi Bodhankar, the 15-year-old permanent resident of Singapore, …

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BJP’s RP Singh mingles with Golden Temple replica

The dismantling of the Golden Temple replica in Punjabi Bagh Bharat Darshan Park was completed on Tuesday, said Manjinder Singh Sirsa, chairman of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara management committee. The replica built by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation was dismantled by members of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara management committee after discovering …

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Covid vaccination campaign accelerates in state

Vaccination against the coronavirus has intensified in the state in recent weeks. In the past two days, more than a lakh of people received daily doses on average. According to figures from the health department, on Saturday 1.08 lakh people received corona vaccines. Out of 1.08 lakh of people vaccinated, …

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Ramaswami: When two worlds collide

The metaphor of being “between two worlds” is commonly employee to describe the experiences of immigrants as they navigate the cultures of their home and host countries. As a second generation immigrant with my Indian parents, I had an experience that was no different. One world was Indian: I was …

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Iranians to boycott Iran election farce

Since 2011, the United Nations has made great efforts in Yemen, starting with sponsoring the peaceful transition of power after the popular youth revolution in Yemen and ending with its efforts to end the war in Yemen after the coup. of the Houthis against the power and military intervention of …

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Passionate mother of transgender people in India

Prema Chowallur was destined to become a teacher like her Catholic parents. She ended up becoming a social worker and champion for the rights of transgender people, one of the most marginalized groups in India. Originally from the state of Kerala in southern India, she developed a strong vocation to …

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Rumors derail vaccination campaign in rural Bihar | Patna News

PATNA: Despite the government’s efforts to raise awareness of the importance of vaccination in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, many myths and misunderstandings circulating on social networks have severely affected the vaccination campaign in rural areas from Bihar. People are reluctant to get vaccinated and also attack doctors and …

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Building a world capable of COVID

Practices which are now considered routine were prompted by our drastic behavior change in the past to curb the spread of infection and even plague. We need to start building our Covid capable world. The pervasive fear of a third wave exists when the second wave wanes. We have been …

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Operation Blue Star in India: a tragic memory

‘Operation Blue Star’ was an Indian military operation that took place from June 3 to 8, 1984, ordered by the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, to take control of the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) complex, the holiest Sikh shrine in Amritsar, Punjab; and to arrest Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his …

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QAnon’s conspiracy theories infect American churches

QAnon conspiracy theories have gotten so deep into American churches that pastors are expressing concern – and a new poll shows false teachings have become as prevalent as some denominations. Why is this important: The problem with misinformation and misinformation is that people – a lot of people – believe …

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