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Bedchambers: A Marital Obsession with Erotic Love and Spiritual Oneness
African spirituality is closely related to nature and the idea of oneness.
I am extending this gesture on part of the entire Sikh community which believes in the principles of generosity and oneness of humankind.
Not only does it tell us about the oneness of God, but it also makes it clear what the oneness of God means.
Each month, Global Oneness Project will release a free, new digital story with an accompanying 60-minute lesson plan.
Does this logic of oneness go beyond notions of Eurocentrism and colonialism?
Earth Day celebrated each year on the April 22 by concerned citizens across the world aims at cultivating the feeling of oneness among nations and people.
The piece shows that oneness is very simple: everything is included and allowed to live according to its true nature," she explained.
Adam is a geologist who finds talk of universal oneness like Nina espouses to be incoherent, favoring a strictly materialist and positivistic account of reality and the human condition that, ultimately, should suffice human purposes.
Fighters from the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO) "have just taken control of the locality of Menaka after a small clash with" Tuareg fighters of the Azawad National Liberation Movement (MNLA), the source said.
The Power of O: How Sacred Places will Reveal the Secrets of Oneness, Nothingness, Orgasms" is a new age style spirituality book as Marcus Raphael reflects on his own thoughts and travels, channeling the mysticism and magic of many cultures.
The state of being whole, entire or undiminished refers to oneness.