Posts about religion, skepticism, and how it fits into the scientific world.
Rabbi Aryeh Cohen Minneapolis: Jewish Tradition in Modern Life
Jewish culture is rich with stories and traditions that help us grow as people and make sense of the world. How can we take these invaluable resources and use them to enrich our own lives? Our most basic desire is to be true to ourselves, to live a life that reflects who we are and how we want to live. But how can we do this in a world that constantly tries to tell us who we are, where we belong, and what we should believe? Jewish tradition has wonderful ideas about being authentic, fair-minded individuals in a chaotic world. It also has some great truths about current events that impact our daily lives. When used responsibly—and with an open mind—these teachings can be a source of comfort, inspiration, and self-improvement.
Goddess Manifestation Secrets by Diane Hope
Have you ever been embarrassed in a circumstance when you were abused? If you’re in this scenario right now, unable to attain your maximum potential and lacking self-confidence, you must purchase goddess manifestation secrets. You must not think you are powerless. It should not be the case. You may live life to the fullest, attracting and manifesting all you desire.
Quantum Manifestation Code Review
Well, whether you believe it or not, some power in this universe assists you to reduce all the hurdles and hardships in life and assists you to stay tough during the journey. It doesn't matter if you are fighting with an emotional problem or physical, Lord Jesus is the key to all your problems. His great words can make you more powerful enough to handle anything in life.
Manifesting With the Archangels through Candle Magic.
Candles have been used in households for centuries. Since the 4th century BC, candles magic has been used for rituals by many cultures, religions, occultism, esotericism, and spiritualists. Candle magic is one of the most effective ways to utilise the power of the four elements. Earth represents the unlit candle, and fire becomes the lit candle. The smoke represents the air, while the melting wax represents the water.
8 Things We Should Know About Tibetan Prayer Flags Before Hanging Them Up
Those Nepal prayer flags you’ve hung at your desk and on your bike are not just some fancy accessory. Everything right from the color to the words on the flags has a deeper meaning. Buddhist prayer flags essentially carry our prayers via the wind to get them answered. The annual Saga Dawa Festival, which takes place in Tibet, is the most important religious festival in the country. The festival is celebrated to commemorate when Sakyamuni (Buddha) attained enlightenment and is typically observed by visiting temples, lighting lanterns, and practicing kindness and generosity. One of the most significant events of Saga Dawa is the replacement of the Tarboche Flagpole, a famous flagpole draped in Tibetan prayer flags that stands on the sacred mountain of Kailash.
RAMADAN (Facts, scientific, spiritual, and mental benefits)
Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam (the five main principles of the Muslim religion), and the ninth month of the Islamic calendar begins and ends with the sight of crescent moons. Every year, Ramadan begins 10–12 days earlier, allowing it to fall in every season during a 33-year cycle.
How Henry VIII’s Quest for a Male Heir Changed England
Henry VIII was king in the Tudor dynasty who ruled over England, Wales, and Ireland. Born in June 1491, he came to power in 1509 upon his father’s death, Henry VII.
The Curious Story of Saint Catherine of Siena
The mummified head of Italy’s second Patron Saint looks out with sunken eye sockets and 800-year-old yellowed skin from within a reliquary in a chapel adorned with frescoes by Giovanni Antonio Bazzi, in the back of Siena’s cavernous Basilica Cateriniana San Domenico. Her head is separated by some 140 miles from her body, which rests in Rome – the Eternal City – in the Basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva.
Hazrat Khaja Banda Nawaz Gesudaraz Rh (Gulbarga)
Hazrat Khwaja banda Nawaz was born in Delhi. Hazrat's real name was Syed Mohammed Gesu Daraz, and Sadar Uddin was the title name. Hazrat was Hussaini Syed.
Parables for the disbelievers and the hypocrites
And when it is said to them: Believe like the other people, they say: Shall we believe as the fools believe? Beware! Surely they are fools, but they do not know. And when they meet those who believe, they say, “We are believers,” and when they go to their elders, they say, “We are with you.” We only make fun of them. Allah Almighty also makes fun of them and increases them in their rebellion and seduction. These are they who buy error for the right direction: so their trade did not profit them, nor were they guided.
Top 5 Spiritual Islamic Books
My Favorite reads from my collection of Islamic & spiritual books are: 1. Reclaim Your Heart - by Yasmin Mogahed This book is one of my top favorites. Reclaim your heart is about freeing your heart from slavery and of the journey in and out of life's most deceptive traps. It provides insights on breaking free from life's shackles and gaining ecstasy. It dwells into the perspective of love, loss, happiness, and pain. "It is a manual of how to protect your most prized possession- the heart" It is beautifully written by Yasmin Mogahed and would leave you with a feeling of positivity.
Gautama Buddha, popularly known as the Buddha (also known as Siddhattha Gotama or Siddhārtha Gautama[note 3] or Shakyamuni), was an ascetic, a religious leader and teacher who lived in ancient India (c. 6th to 5th century BCE or c. 5th to 4th century BCE).[note 4] He is regarded as the founder of the world religion of Buddhism, and revered by Buddhists as an enlightened being, who rediscovered an ancient path to freedom from ignorance, craving and the cycle of rebirth and suffering. He taught for around 45 years and built a large following, both monastic and lay. His teaching is based on his insight into the arising of suffering or dissatisfaction and its ending—the state called Nirvana (lit. vanishing or extinguishing).