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Tolerance: A Hindu Viewpoint

Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami presents his Publisher’s Desk Editorial from the latest issue of Hinduism Today Magazine.
“In a world mired in stubborn opinion, bigotry and callousness, it is important to reflect on ideals that can be an antidote.  World populations are experiencing ever-increasing diversity in their interpersonal and international interactions. This is due to freer immigration and refugee movements, global travel and, perhaps most significantly, increased Internet exposure to other religions, cultures, belief structures and ethnicities…”

3 Responses to “Tolerance: A Hindu Viewpoint”

  1. Pethuraja says:


  2. Sankuthi says:

    Aum Nama Sivaya
    Thank you Gurudeva and Satguru for the much needed explanation and advice to the people of today’s world!
    Sivaya Nama Aum

  3. Charles Abney says:

    Greetings everyone,

    I am non-religious, but subscribe to your lessons and site. There is much wisdom and knowledge that comes from the Hindu faith, after reading the articles or the lessons, there is always a peaceful and serene setting that exist within. There is a familiarity of the faith that transcends time and space.
    Perhaps what is called a soul has to reincarnate to reach the higher levels. If the physical created the spiritual (matter that realizes that it exist) pandora’s box is opened up.
    The outcome is changed simply due to the act of observation The evolution of the physical and spiritual go on a parallel path once this takes place. Reincarnation becomes a necessary requirement, to achieve the higher levels. Personal observations, please do not be offended, no harm was intended. Thank you for the lessons and articles, been enriched by them.

    Sincerely; Charles Abney

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