You know, I’m from an unbroken Hindu background and an equally unbroken brahmin lineage.
Som Bhatta

I love this comment.

I know these things are so much more rich and complex then they are presented here.

It is so cool that you took the time to explain. I don’t know how much you know of Taoism, but that is also a philosophy, not a religion, in the technical sense.

Yet I feel a spiritual pull towards Taoism.

I feel a religious significance because it calls to the nature of things, how to work with the circumstances, achieve what it good for the planet and the people, without getting bloodied or bruised.

I studied Brahmanism, but much of what I once knew about it has been forgotten. What you’ve said is in line with how I remember it.

I am a romantic about spirituality and religion — philosophical or firm — especially the Eastern ones.

I believe them to be most centered on tangible truths, creative imagination and harmony beyond the dogma of the more Western leaning faiths and practices.

Thank you so much for your contribution.

If you have more to add, please feel welcome to speak on it. This is absolutely an appropriate space for such clarification and expansion.



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