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    The World is One Family

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    Neem Karoli Baba nurtured the concept of Vasudhaiv kutumbakam (the world is one family) and would say that love binds all together. His blood relations along with countless... Read more>
    Truthful

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    Maharajji always guided people to program their minds with "the truth." An element of this truth is simply right thinking about daily mundane actions, because thinking is mostly... Read more>
    Omniscience

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    Maharaji's appearance had a childlike innocence. He welcomed people openly, and they in turn talked freely with him. If someone requested Baba to speak, he would feign ignorance... Read more>
    Rupee

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    One day Baba arrived with some devotees at the house of Prem Lal, the manager of Titagarh Paper Mills in Lucknow. Prem Lal had engaged a new servant to clean in the kitchen who... Read more>
    Remembering God

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    Once I asked Maharaji how it is possible for a man to remember God all the time. He told me the story of Narada (the celestial sage) and the butcher: Vishnu (one of the aspects of... Read more>
    It's All God, Maharaji

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    Ram Dass gave a talk in Ohio in 1972 or 1973. A boy who attended the lecture that night got on the first plane the next morning, flew from Cleveland, Ohio, to New York, to London,... Read more>
    IMG_8866

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    Krishna Das had instructed me to return to my uncle and Siddhi Ma in the summer of 2004 and try as I did I could not make the necessary travel arrangements. There were no return... Read more>
    Maharaji-and-Siddhi-Ma-in-b

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    I was introduced to Siddhi Ma by my aunt and was given permission to stay at the ashram even though I had made no prior arrangements for staying. I didn't even realise what a... Read more>
    Ram Dass on Self Judgment

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    Question: How can I judge myself less harshly and appreciate myself more? Ram Dass on self judgment: I think that part of it is observing oneself more impersonally. I often use... Read more>
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