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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    God is Ever-Living(which itself is an activity) and Always Active.

    Thats why all His Holy books mention his existence(Beingness/Alive) along with his mode of existence(Activity)

    Hebrew Torah...
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    in otherwords

    Creatorhood constrains Creator.

    I don't want to play your Semitic Semantic Sand games.:laugh:

    When you play the wolf in sheep's clothing. I'll only stand up as a...
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    "Any" "thing" is but "one" thing of "Everything"(all that we can ever know and conceive of)

    Yet "Everything" is [God & creation / Creator & creation]

    Creator is the one who created all the...
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    who determines "what" God is and isn't?
    is it a matter of "what" God "can be"?How is God "being the way that He is" a constraint in anyway?

    All the attributes of God are that of Infinite...
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    Question: Who is God?

    Answer: God is the Creator of the universe, He is ultimately the Creator of all things.

    Isn't that an "explanation"?



    Note the choice of words.
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    Note his choice of propogating idolatry.:o

    One of the manifestations of idolatry is to apply laws that determine creation upon the Creator Himself.(restricting the Lord by comparing with...
  7. Re: that whole God and the anathema of existence nonsense

    http://simcha.ilovetorah.com/

    :rolleyes:

    Two guys of two diff religions. All saying essentially the same with regards to the same thing (religious topics).

    Sooo... how is religion a...
  8. Re: A question of utmost importance and pertaining to all spiritually determined Hind

    Did you read the extremely important points I raised? The extremely significant implications I mentioned? This thing is the biggest problem in the world right now and I believe has been for a rather...
  9. Re: Charity, Eight Levels of Giving - Maimonides (celebrated Jewish Sage)

    About 2 guests reading this topic right now. And I calculated about 8 or so spiders.(highest number at this moment on this topic alone at that)
  10. Re: Charity, Eight Levels of Giving - Maimonides (celebrated Jewish Sage)

    This forum is like a temple.

    - we gather here
    - we communicate to each other about religion
    - we adore the Lord

    It is a sacred place to us that cannot just be desecrated.

    Who are these...
  11. Re: Charity, Eight Levels of Giving - Maimonides (celebrated Jewish Sage)

    This is how I see it. I see myself as a responsible and active Hindu. To me my religion is my duty. It is the one thing I consider superior to all else about me and all things I know. It is the...
  12. Re: Charity, Eight Levels of Giving - Maimonides (celebrated Jewish Sage)

    Dear smaranam, thank you for your enlightening post.

    I would like to inform/alert all genuine Hindus here.

    You will notice usually how any post of mine usually receives some quick answers...
  13. A question of utmost importance and pertaining to all spiritually determined Hindus

    This question is a very important one.

    It is a question of utmost importance and pertaining to all spiritually determined Hindus here.

    - what if there are people out there who hide their...
  14. Charity, Eight Levels of Giving - Maimonides (celebrated Jewish Sage)

    I know this person is non-Hindu, Jewish. But I have great respect for such a person(as do many other people it seems). They spoke about charity(which is one of aspects of Dharma).

    I have a...
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    Re: Are gods mortal in Hinduism?

    Reality is reality. Doesn't matter whether you like it or not...
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    Re: Are gods mortal in Hinduism?

    Btw do people think that when I accept that I'm a slave to the Lord, I am lowering myself and have no dignity?:confused:

    What do you call a Being Who Creates you, and Dominates you in...
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    Re: Are gods mortal in Hinduism?

    :rolleyes:

    He was also a politician in that avatara(as reminded to me by satay)... but yet He was subjected to the consequence of His actions as per Dharma... that seperates Him from everybody...
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    Re: Are gods mortal in Hinduism?

    That just means the Lord applies Dharma even to Himself(even though He Himself is the Upholder and Perfect Disseminator of it). That just shows how much this Being values this principle of existence....
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    Re: Are gods mortal in Hinduism?

    What does this point have to do with the point he made?
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    Re: Authority for Murti-worship ?

    These people have no limit or sense of justice. I believe all of this are symptoms of Kali Yuga.(of course all these types of tactics have been employed throughout history - difference is the lack of...
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    Re: Authority for Murti-worship ?

    Well its hard to figure out who are the agents who are following me closely because I have had entertained alot of ideas(so many accounts to suspect me under and hold me as a problem)

    I am just...
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    Re: Authority for Murti-worship ?

    I don't know there are people working against me. Which is really interesting.

    I have nothing more to say.
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    Re: Authority for Murti-worship ?

    Can I ask you a question?

    How do you treat non-Brahmin Hindus who accept their fates that they are non-Brahmins and they don't try to go against the facts.

    Who even though have their birth....
  24. searching for Bodhidharma's dna and there are virus filled sites linked to it

    I was reading about how Bodhidharma was Indian and went to China to propagate Buddhism on the net. Then I was suggested to watch the Tamil film with subtitles called 7am Arivu and they mentioned...
  25. Re: Wendy Doginer the Hindus and Alternative History

    Bump. Excellent post. Important read for all Hindus. We need to guard ourselves from scum like this.
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    Re: Significance of BG 11:8

    :confused:

    um, do you have Advaitin scholarly backup for these things you said?
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    Re: Happy new year!

    Happy New Year everybody! Hope you're all doing great!

    I'm so excited about 2013. The first day of this year has started out very well for me 01/01/2013. Everything has been planned by God!:D...
  28. Thread: Emancipation

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    Re: Emancipation

    Hari Om,

    I believe your Guru had achieved a level of enlightenment where he has the constant awareness of God's presence. "Being at home everywhere you go".

    Also going by what this emminent...
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    Re: svadharma - another view

    Namaste, I haven't read all the posts thoroughly but I would like to touch on something.



    Rajas ~ spurring within the internal expressed through the external i.e causing change by physical...
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    Different levels of Rishis

    I think its great that Hinduism recognizes different levels of Rishis.



    On the basic level for Rishis. We know they were capable of receiving revelation.
  31. Re: that whole God and the anathema of existence nonsense

    Devotion to God is seeing any reason as the reason all the more to worship God, aversion to God(dvesha) is to criticize and seek any reason to all the more not-worship God. Truth of the matter is no...
  32. Re: that whole God and the anathema of existence nonsense

    I just realized how messed up this whole "using their reasoning" is in the sense that a true worshipper wouldn't care about the world as a reason to worship God. No matter how bad the world was, the...
  33. Re: question about the scriptures - the relationship between eternity and temporality

    Makes sense to me.
  34. Re: How do I reconcile wanting to enter politics and being devoted to God and religio

    Erm thanks for your input.
  35. Re: How do I reconcile wanting to enter politics and being devoted to God and religio

    Namaste Satya,

    You brought up a valuable point which I never saw. Thanks. I will remember about it and pray to Him.



    I find this a problem. I suppose this is what you might call an ego...
  36. How do I reconcile wanting to enter politics and being devoted to God and religion?

    Namaste,

    I honestly feel that I wish this was a simple world with simple people and there was no bigotry and personal vested interests of individuals trying to raise hell for others out of trying...
  37. Re: The "Nirguna" Brahman: Full of Attributes and Unlikely to Change for Our Sake!

    You have a point. But from Advaitin POV and stance, this doesn't necessarily mean that their concept of an untarnished, ought to be perceived without the muddling of wrong imagination projected onto...
  38. Re: The "Nirguna" Brahman: Full of Attributes and Unlikely to Change for Our Sake!

    Personally, I'm not concerned with a person themselves, their history, their background, their appearance or whatever but rather what they have to say - that is their substance.
  39. Re: The "Nirguna" Brahman: Full of Attributes and Unlikely to Change for Our Sake!

    You know, and I know, that you have some explaining to do with the useage of the word "Form".;) Please explain what you mean by "form" and "attributes". Do you literally mean that God has a "form"?
  40. question about the scriptures - the relationship between eternity and temporality

    Are we not supposed to read the eternal scriptures with a temporal mindstate? Because a temporal mindstate will deduce the scriptures accordingly to reflect the world and consequently lower it to a...
  41. Re: The "Nirguna" Brahman: Full of Attributes and Unlikely to Change for Our Sake!

    Excellent point.:goodpost:
  42. Re: The "Nirguna" Brahman: Full of Attributes and Unlikely to Change for Our Sake!

    Agreed.



    Correct.



    Ah, I see you are doing something Tattvavada style with your whole post... :rolleyes:
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    Wow concoct something to make someone shut up? Religion isn't about going along with what you currently can. Religion starts with investigation and grows with understanding. You don't create your own...
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    Re: Is God bound by his/her attribute?

    Asking a question is not tantamount to having an answer and or worse still disqualification. The Atheists are notorious for this.(they say; "if God is the Creator of everything then booyaka Who...
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    Re: how is brahma attributeless?

    Thats tantamount to saying non-existence is a "type of existence".
    Or "nothing" is still a "something".

    Why do people have to add their own fillings into their mental conceptions?

    "It" does...
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    Re: how is brahma attributeless?

    Funny you say something as arrogant and authoritative as this and add a smiley face at the end.

    You should explain why you hold this view if you don't want people to take unwanted meanings from...
  47. Re: that whole God and the anathema of existence nonsense

    Sorry but you are too cryptic for me to understand. I can see that you're alluding to something but can't quite see where you're going with this. Could you please elaborate yourself.
  48. Re: that whole God and the anathema of existence nonsense

    lol nvm
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    Re: some fundamentals...

    Namaste,

    Really appreciate these. Just wanted to show my thanks, thank you.:) Will try to read them and reflect on them later.
  50. Re: that whole God and the anathema of existence nonsense

    Namaste,



    Some people are unhappy with the world or also themselves. They reason that God is unworthy of worship because of that. Hence I was using their own reasoning against them by exposing...
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