Day One–Hundred Twelve (112): Sunday, June 20th, 2010
Because I’ve fallen so far behind: I’m typing this on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010. I have decided to condense the entries to once a week and post it with that way – and just publish all the great word from Meera Lester, here, for now.
When I sort of catch up, on Wednesday, September 1st and begin at Day One-Hundred Fifty — my birthday month.
Spiritual well-being for most Hindus comes as a result of living a clean and decent life, observing ahimsa or nonviolence, serving their families, performing dharma or their worldly duties and sadhna or spiritual practices in the right way, and showing respect for all life forms sacred things. Most Hindus are vegetarians. Also, they often place high value on selfless service to others. Respect for elders is culturally ingrained in most Hindus. A famous Hindu by the name of Mohandas Gandhi, the Father of India, once said that we must be the change we seek in the world. Many Hindus seek to create a better world by first turning to the divine within to change themselves before trying to effect change in the world.
From: 365 Ways To Live The Law of Attraction by Meera Lester