Hinduism: Religion or Way of Life?

Publisher's Desk

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
Gratitude and appreciation are the key virtues for a better life. They are the spell that is cast to dissolve hatred, hurt and sadness, the medicine which heals subjective states of mind, restoring self-respect, confidence and security.
—Gurudeva