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The beautiful symbol of the yin/yang as found in Eastern religions and philosophies. The symbol represents duality, the perfect harmony of science and religion, light and dark, etc. This symbol also is suggestive of the androgynous nature of all living things, with androgyny not being exclusive to gender but as a metaphorical image of a harmonious, well-balanced being.

The beautiful symbol of the yin/yang as found in Eastern religions and philosophies. The symbol represents duality, the perfect harmony of science and religion, light and dark, etc. This symbol also is suggestive of the androgynous nature of all living things, with androgyny not being exclusive to gender but as a metaphorical image of a harmonious, well-balanced being.

In nature.

Alice Walker quote: I understood at a very early age that in Nature, I felt everything I should feel in church but never did. Walking in the woods, I felt in touch with the universe and with the spirit of the universe.

Pagan This is how I believe it should be for all humanity. Not hatred, not bloodshed, not the constant threat of war. No matter the religion or other differences we all bleed the same, 99.9% of us have the capacity to love, we all have hurts and joys. It is the greed of man or a religion that claims to be the ONLY one true religion that is mostly is the cause of the worst problems we all face. Is that what any of our Gods really want for mankind to survive? For our world to survive?

Pagan This is how I believe it should be for all humanity. Not hatred, not bloodshed, not the constant threat of war. No matter the religion or other differences we all bleed the same, of us have the capacity to love, we all have hurts and joys.

Couldn't resist pinning this since so many people, even atheists, think there was no Easter or midwinter celebration before Christianity was invented and therefor nothing to celebrate this time of year if you aren't a Christian.<<YES

I would like to erase the words "Silly Christian", as I refuse to make fun of any religion, but I do like the history summarized on one page: Paganism (natural religion) was here BEFORE ALL THA

Tibetan singing bowls have strong religious significance in Tibetan Bon Po shamanistic religion along with Buddhist cultures of Asia. These bowls have recently acquired international reputation since it is a useful device related with yoga, natural healing therapy and a basis for personal serenity. It really is a powerful practice device employed by most of the Buddhist monasteries. This tradition of Tibetan bowls goes back at the least twenty-five centuries as outlined by some…

Tibetan singing bowls have strong religious significance in Tibetan Bon Po shamanistic religion along with Buddhist cultures of Asia. These bowls have recently acquired international reputation since it is a useful device related with yoga, natural healing therapy and a basis for personal serenity. It really is a powerful practice device employed by most of the Buddhist monasteries. This tradition of Tibetan bowls goes back at the least twenty-five centuries as outlined by some…

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