Hinduism: Religion or Way of Life?

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Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami reads his editorial from the Apr/May/Jun 2013 edition of Hinduism Today magazine, confronting a long-standing misapprehension about our faith, showing us why Hinduism is more than a way of life. It is a spiritual way of life encompassing the four practices (good conduct, devotion, meditation and jnana), the core Hindu beliefs (karma, dharma, all pervading divinity, selfless service, meditation, scriptures)


Transcript:

Photo of  Gurudeva
Through temple worship, the three worlds become open to one another, and the beings within them are able to communicate. By means of the mystical arts of puja, the worlds act in concert, and prayers are received.
—Gurudeva