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Value of human beings in religion

  I am very wary of people who are religious by profession.  My experience is that they are more eager to receive than give.  They look for donations, offerings, and other means of accumulating wealth without doing any creative or … Continue reading

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“Shall we go inside the mandir today?” I was a little surprised.  He and I used to go for a walk almost every night.  I was following the practice inculcated in my childhood by granddad: ‘After lunch, rest a while; … Continue reading

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Ravishankar and Education

    I’m quite amused that Sri Sri Ravishankar thinks that privatisation of education can save our country from the Maoists (and, by extension of the logic, from other such ‘evils’).  I have taught in both government-aided institutions (a school … Continue reading

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