Why Vegetarian

Vegetarian Quotes, Vegetarian Diet is a Conscious Diet Sunday 17 June 2012 at 7:14 pm

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Vegetarian Quotes

For Healthier Body & Happier Humanity

 movement should cause special joy those whose life lies in the effort to bring about the kingdom of God on earth... because it is a sign that the aspiration of mankind towards moral perfection is serious and sincere, for it has taken the one unalterable order of succession natural to it, beginning with the first step.

Flesh eating is simply immoral, as it involves the performance of an act, which is contrary to moral feeling: killing. This is dreadful! Not the suffering and death of the animals, but that a man suppresses in himself, unnecessarily, the highest spiritual capacity -- that of sympathy and pity towards living creatures like himself -- and by violating his own feelings becomes cruel. And how deeply seated in the human heart is the injunction not to take life!  So strong is humanity's aversion to all killing. But by example, by encouraging greediness, by the assertion that God has allowed it, and above all by habit, people entirely lose this natural feeling.’

 Vegetarian Quotes, Tolstoy on Vegetarianism

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Patanjali

Patanjali Yoga Sutras Friday 15 June 2012 at 08:25 am

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Patanjali 150-200BC

Patanjali Yoga Sutras

Legend says that Patanjali descended to Earth in the form of a snake, into his virgin mother, Gonika, herself a powerful yogini. He is generally depicted as half human and half serpent. His hands are blessing and greeting the ones who have approached him for yoga guidelines.  He is the patron saint of dance.  Some believe that he wrote a treatise on ayurvedic medicine. He is the Author of the Yoga Sutras.

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Leo Tolstoy

Spiritual quotes and free eBook downlad Thursday 14 June 2012 at 7:47 pm

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Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910)

Leo Tolstoy is one of the greatest writers known

Tolstoy believed that a man could find ever-lasting happiness striving for self-perfection following pacifism, loving one's neighbour, and God, rather than looking outward to the Church guidance

He died only some days after he abandoned his family and wealth and taking the path of a wandering ascetic, at the age of 82.

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