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Kalidas
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Kalidas

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    1. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the POOPie frubie!
    2. BSM1
      BSM1
      Ty for congrats and frubs
    3. ratikala
      ratikala
      namaskaram
      thank you for your kind comment , ....it is because we are both Bhaktas :)
    4. Iti oj
      Iti oj
      I'm sorry, things like this can be rough, but do not dishearten.
    5. Jainarayan
      Jainarayan
      Congratulations! :tigger::clap2::woohoo::danana:
    6. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the good newsie frubie!
    7. NobodyYouKnow
      NobodyYouKnow
      Thanks for the frubal. Now I can stop worrying about never getting past 99. lol
    8. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the good looking frubie!
    9. Poeticus
      Poeticus
      just noticed the new name. awesome. that's what's up. cool cool.
    10. InChrist
      InChrist
      Thank you. I appreciate friendly conversation and getting along, too, even while disagreeing.
    11. ratikala
      ratikala
      jai jai good 'attempt' :)
    12. Sha'irullah
      Sha'irullah
      "in 3 days from now a weird creature that will look like Satan will knock on your door and ask to let himself in............do it and give him a beer. Afterwards you will find out that it was really just Dick Cheyney on his way to his bunker to avoid political flak."

      Thus I have prophesied unto you, so take heed of my words!
    13. Poeticus
      Poeticus
      Hey hey how was the vacation, Brother Lemaster-ji? I hope it went well! I hope your grandparents are also doing well. Hope to hear from you soon! :)
    14. Rainbow Mage
      Rainbow Mage
      I wouldn't dare suggest all pagans feel drawn to the devas though, anymore than all pagans feeling drawn to any one pantheon.

      I'm drawn to specific devas
    15. Rainbow Mage
      Rainbow Mage
      It isn't all that odd for some pagans to feel drawn to and venerate the devas. Its more we venerate others too from other ancient cultures
    16. JayaBholenath
      JayaBholenath
      Vanakkam,

      Thank you very much :D I'm still there, only coming back on October ! But I have some internet connexion at work, I would miss everyone here so much without it :3
      Good day

      Aum Namah Shivaya
    17. Riverwolf
      Riverwolf
      My personal favorite Zelda game. ^_^
    18. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the pugilistic frubie!
    19. Quagmire
      Quagmire
      LOL! Glad someone got the Monty Python reference.

      Thanks for the frubal. :D
    20. lewisnotmiller
      lewisnotmiller
      I can see it now...two man revolution causes the entire US system to fall apart. In seriousness, the reason I found what you wrote so funny was that it combined satirical humour with a good point. People arguing nothing remotely touched by religion should be in schools are simply not thinking the entire thing through, and ignoring a whole lot of aspects of such thought (including pantheism, animism, etc).
      Australian aboriginals don't like to see images of the dead, or to speak their actual names. Good luck, history teacher!
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    वदन्ति एकम् सत्, विप्राः बहुधा वदन्ति

    Ekam sat vipra bahudha vadanti

    they say All is one, theologians call it by many names.
    Rig Veda 1.164:46​