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shivsomashekhar
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shivsomashekhar

Active Member, Male, 47, from Dallas TX

None Jan 12, 2015

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    1. Aupmanyav
      Aupmanyav
      Thanks, Shiva. I will try to check the change that you have made. Yeah, I do not read Ramana or Nissargagadatta Maharaj or UG Krishnamoorthy or their like. My learning is from various older Upanishads and from Buddha and Sankara. These people mystified simple things, and that is why I do not consider them good Gurus. I stress on individual thinking (Manana) and that is why my title 'Be your own Guru'.
    2. ChristineM
      ChristineM
      Thanks for the frube on Faith in God
    3. ajay0
      ajay0
      Happy birthday, pal. :)
    4. 'mud
      'mud
      thanx....born to live sans `gods`
    5. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the not so academic frubal (an ancient RF term for a <like>)!
      And for the welcome back frubal.
      And for froub'ng continuing doing what I do.
      And for the good people fruble.
    6. shivsomashekhar
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Nov 17, 1971 (Age: 47)
    Home Page:
    http://shivsomashekhar.wordpress.com
    Location:
    Dallas TX
    Religion:
    Hindu
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    Brahman cannot logically be a goal to be attained; For one cannot reach where one already is - Shankara, BSB 4.3.14

    The Self always is the Self and there is no such thing as realizing it. Who is to realize what, and how, when all that exists is the Self and nothing but the Self? – Ramana
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