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We Do Not Exist As Individuals

The truth of our individual existence is that we don’t exist as individuals. We are constituted by that which is not us. Every human being alive, in fact, you as you sit there right now are a collection of elements and energies and forces that have colluded and collided from various parts of the universe to make who you are now.

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The Convictions of Virtue

The trunk called the human virtue produces two main branches that all other virtues and branches flow from or start from. And the two branches are generosity and courage. All human virtue is in these two broad classes. There isn’t a third. There are only these two.

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Karbala – in the Shadow of Grief or in the Radiance of Glory?

One of the strongest traits in human nature is to give great importance to outward appearances and manifestations at the cost of neglecting the inward qualities and realities, which are their real source and raison d’être. What transpired on the plain of Karbala on that fateful day has relevance for us in our present-day lives.

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