Posted: 21.03.2008
By Corinne McLaughlin
5 Years Jain Spirit - A Non-Profit Quarterly Publication - 1999-2004 Issue 19 Beyond 'Left' and 'Right' Compromise is not the most effective way to deal with polarities, as sometimes the deeper wisdom in each side is lost. A spirit of goodwill towards those with opposing views, a win/win rather than win/lose approach and a compassionate, healing spirit are the keys to this new politics. In Washington, as well...
Posted: 19.03.2008
By Atul K. Shah
5 Years Jain Spirit - A Non-Profit Quarterly Publication - 1999-2004 Issue 19 A Unique Congregation Atul K. Shah Reports On A Festival Of Spiritual Renewal Interdependence. This is a law of the Universe. In spite of their significant austerity, Jain monks and nuns are dependent on householders for their food and well-being. In return, they provide invaluable spiritual nourishment. This mutuality is very vivid...
Posted: 18.03.2008
By Laxmi Mall Singhvi
5 Years Jain Spirit - A Non-Profit Quarterly Publication - 1999-2004 Issue 19 Sacred Spaces Dr. L. M. Singhvi Continues His Pilgrimage Of Historic Temples DILWARA TEMPLES, MOUNT ABU, RAJASTHAN Mount Abu stands in Rajasthan's Sirohi district, and is considered one of the five holy hills of the Jains. According to an inscription dating back to 1370, Mahavir is believed to have visited here. The Dilwara Temples,...
Posted: 17.03.2008
 
5 Years Jain Spirit - A Non-Profit Quarterly Publication - 1999-2004 Issue 19 Noble persons patiently bear the harsh, wounding and humiliating utterances of the wicked. Bhakta Parijna 107 A spiritual aspirant should neither cherish a desire to live nor long for death. He should remain neutral and have no attachment for life as well as death.. Acharanga Sutra 1.8.8.4 Nothing is impossible in this world for a...
Posted: 16.03.2008
By Atul K. Shah
5 Years Jain Spirit - A Non-Profit Quarterly Publication - 1999-2004 Issue 19 Atul K. Shah Reports On A Festival Of Spiritual Renewal (Maryada Mahotsav 2004, Jhalgaon) Interdependence. This is a law of the Universe. In spite of their significant austerity, Jain monks and nuns are dependent on householders for their food and well-being. In return, they provide invaluable spiritual nourishment. This mutuality is...

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