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Wednesday, March 02, 2005

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Carrie

There is another concept in the East that differs from Western religions. In Western religions, god is seen as separate from his creation. In Eastern concepts, the creation is god, everything is god. Like your skin cell on your pinkie finger is part of you, yet unaware of that, you are part of god but not aware of it. Enlightenment brings this awareness. Hence the Hindu greeting that means acknowledgement of god within you.

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