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Old 18-04-2020, 08:58 PM
AgarthaZen11 AgarthaZen11 is offline
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“The one God wears many masks,” wrote Joseph Campbell.

In no other religion does the Supreme Being wear so many masks and invite worship in so many different forms as the eternal Vedic Sanatan Dharm of Hinduism.
God's innumerable forms, and the acknowledgment of His Presence in everything, are an expression of the extraordinary vitality of India's collective imagination down through the ages.
"To conceive of Hinduism as a polytheistic system is in itself a naivete of which only a Western student, inheriting Graeco-Roman concept of “paganism” could be capable.
The Hindu Ishavara (Supreme God) is not a jealous God because all gods are aspects of Him, imagined by His worshipers;
The Supreme Being has no form at all and yet is inherent in all forms

Arise and drink your bliss, for all that lives is holy.— William Blake
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Old 21-05-2020, 07:05 PM
MDBdivinity MDBdivinity is offline
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Ishavara is never a mother .
Ishavara is like me , could represent Santana dharma in form of righteousness and and not provoking jealousy and envy and always being humble with a lot of of emotional suffering
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