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Krishna Dinesh Sagar

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It is important to have balance in every area of our daily experience. To do that, one must work hard, have good relationships, have a healthy spiritual life, learn how to handle money and continue to grow personally as well as professionally. With the responsibilities and going through life experiences, we learn every day. Sharing those learning with everyone here.
 
Discovering the Slavic culture is not easy. Scientific sources are scarce, and oral tradition tainted by Judaeo-Christian point of view, imposed on our ancestors with fire and sword. Written sources come from historians or travellers looking at the culture of Slavs with the eyes of a witness, not a participant and usually from the perspective of a foreign (Roman, Arabic, Judeo-Christian) culture. Archaeological discoveries require interpretation by modern researchers which obviously blurs th ...
 
Soul Searchers is a podcast about life's biggest (and not so biggest) topics. From deep questions like - "What is the purpose of life?" "Is passion key to success?" and; "Who is God?" To not so deep questions like - “How can I win at adulting?” “Is college worth it?” and “Personality tests - Are they really useful at helping us become better people?" Soul Searchers seeks to answer these questions and so many more in a light hearted and spirited discussion between 3 thought provoking twenty s ...
 
Hosted by Dr. Aaron Rothstein and featuring expert guests, Searching for Medicine’s Soul explores medicine’s purpose: Why do physicians do what they do? How does the practice of medicine relate to scientific progress and human flourishing? The result is an in-depth analysis of the history and aim of medicine, and its collision with a thrilling and sometimes tragic age of discovery.
 
We zijn weer terug met Searching for the Soul of Gospel Part 2! Henk van Steeg en Giovanca Ostiana ontvangen geweldige gasten als Danny Vera, Typhoon, Karin Bloemen, Leo Blokhuis, gospelzangeres Muriel Blijd en meer. Samen nemen ze je mee in de verhalen over en achter de gospel. En er klinkt natuurlijk veel muziek. Ook live!
 
The Roman Stoic, playwright, orator, political advisor, and moral philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca was one of the most prolific writers in ancient times. His moral letters have had a particularly far-reaching effect throughout history, and still today they are among the most widely read philosophical writings. Now, join poet, musician, and philosopher Simon Drew as he returns to Seneca's epistles and explores their real value for the modern seeker.
 
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In this bonus episode, you'll be invited to meet your inner child. It's designed as a meditation to go along with "Wonder" (S1 E2). Please consider listening to that episode first, to give context to what you'll experience here. You inner child is real and can be a resource to you. Getting in touch with them can be a way to heal old wounds that lim…
 
Glaciers matter to the people who live near them – but how do these communities respond as more and more ice melts away? A priestess of the Icelandic religion of Ásatrú explains how ancient Norse mythology orients her towards nature, and a professor shares how her experiences on the Himalayan glaciers revealed a deep connection between spirituality…
 
What would you do if you knew you had an unconditional, permanent, adequate income that would cover all your basic expenses… no matter how much or how little work you did? It’s an idea that has the backing of the Pope and one of Australia’s largest religious charities – why do these Christians support it?…
 
Joan Chittister found her community as a teenager, seventy years ago, when she joined the Benedictine sisters in Pennsylvania. For decades she has devoted herself to renewing community in and beyond the Catholic church. Her fierce advocacy for women has put her at odds with some within the hierarchy, but as a spiritual writer she had brought the in…
 
Words and names I (most probably) mispronounced today: Maurice's Strategikon Byzantium, Byzantine Bēowulf Witimir Winitar Ferdulf of Friuli Hildigis Tdzurulon Buddhist, Buddhism Piscataway Nacotchtank feudalism (and feel free to add more) <><><> Bibliography: Maurice's Strategikon, translated by George T. Dennis “Bitwy Słowian” Robert F. Barkowski …
 
What does it take to re-green a desert? As it turns out, sometimes what you need is already in the ground right under your feet. Tony Rinaudo went to Niger as an agriculturalist and missionary and – almost by accident – began a regeneration practice now used across the world. Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration, or FMNR, cultivates the shoots of tr…
 
In this second episode of our "Welcome Your Life" series, we look at a vital, but often neglected, aspect of a healthy spirituality - wonder. As adults we tend to lose that unfiltered amazement of the world we had as children. Our agendas take over instead because we think wonder is a luxury we can no longer afford. But could it be that what we see…
 
The Mabo decision was a legal and cultural milestone in Australia, but thirty years on, how has it changed theology? For decades Dr Anne Pattel-Gray has been calling for racial justice in and through Christian churches. She says Mabo “shifts our whole perspective of how we interpret the Bible, of how we do theology.”…
 
Have you ever found yourself in a place where heaven and earth seem to meet? Sacred architecture and aesthetics can make a person experience the numinous, even in a building not set aside for a religious purpose. Also, Papua New Guinea’s Baha’i community, are about to open a new house of worship in Port Moresby.…
 
In what could be described as Korea’s ‘terracotta warrior’ moment, a farmer digging in a vacant field discovered scores of stone statues depicting arhats – or disciples of the Buddha. Unearthed from their hiding place, the Arhats now part of a luscious display touring around the world. In Sydney, a Bosnian refugee describes how she fled war in her …
 
Claude AnShin Thomas enlisted in the US Army at 17, served as a helicopter gunner and crew chief in the Vietnam War, and was awarded numerous medals and a Purple Heart – all before becoming ordained as a Zen Buddhist monk. He carries the responsibility for much death and destruction, but has learned to live peacefully with unpeacefulness and is hel…
 
In this bonus episode, you'll be guided through a "walk of presence" in which you imagine yourself walking through a neighborhood, or any physical space that is meaningful to you. It's designed as a meditation to go along with "Walk" (S1 E1) Please consider listening to that episode first, so you'll have context for what you'll be guided through he…
 
Recent flooding in South-East Queensland and the Northern Rivers of New South Wales has upended the lives of thousands, including the area’s diverse religious communities. Hear how the area’s Sikhs provide aid even though their own gurdwara was inundated, and how the Jewish community practices hospitality as best they can in the lead-up to Pesach.…
 
Is there a recipe that sums up your story or personal history? As Muslims around the world observe Ramadan, one family is observing the holy month in Australia for the first time. For them, their recipe for Bolani – a type of stuffed and fried flat bread – represents solidarity between women.
 
In Episode One of our very first podcast series, called "Welcome Your Life," we look at walking as a spiritual practice to deepen our awareness in life. This is a certain kind of walking, not to get anywhere or to accomplish anything. Instead it is a walk to linger and to listen. We'll join Kirk Davis, a San Francisco native and community leader in…
 
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