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Hari OM
Story-day is for cultural exploration, puraanas and parables and finding out about leading lights in spiritual philosophy.

This being Christmas Eve, let there be good cheer among you all.

This night has been chosen to symbolise and mark the arrival of an incarnation of God in form of his 'Son', Yeshu. In the Hindu tradition, saints and sages are perceived also as incarnations of Godhead. In strict Vedantic terms, we are all that exactly - God manifest in living form, but we have forgotten this in our little ego needs and greeds. Thus the saints and sages are required to keep us reminded, to correct and guide us, to nurture the Divine within us so that it does not get extinguished entirely.

Neither are saints and sages a thing of history. If we are blessed, we will come into the presence of such in this life and this century itself. Each time will produce its spiritual giants. Please share today, a recognition of one such saint held close to the heart of this Aatmaavrajanam.

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