Paramhansa Yogananda’s disciples include people of all religions ― Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, Jews and so on. His beautiful chants and music that goes with them are an intrinsic part of Yogananda’s teachings and show how universal and all-inclusive his philosophy is.
On Christmas today, discover the true Christ, the messiah of love and unity ― in whose worlds, both here and above, all are one and equal, where no one, including God, is a king ― and no one is a subject or subservient to the other.
The Bhagavad Gita equips us with wisdom and power to look into the eyes of the Two Indias and address the dualities that are part of the ground reality.
Our true victory lies in loving Ram without hating Ravana, for if we despise him we carry with us all the baggage of his negative traits.
Let us make a pledge to develop the qualities of Krishna like love for all, childlike innocence, and playfulness; for, by loving all, like innocent children, we will be able to regard all religions and their Gods as equals.
Whether we are Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Sikh or none of these ― we are all one; those who try to divide us should be shown the door.