Renee Y. Brown- “Here it is, folks! Just as you remember it, with all the laughter, all the tears… all the glory and all the gory… all the sex and all the slaughter… all the love and all the loathing… this is the show you can’t miss, the one you can’t ignore because you were all in it! “Read More
Mike: “No, no Paddy,” Jim quickly replied. “You know me Pad, I wasn’t even thinking of his money. I swear it.”Read More
Mike- Were the known facts so pitiful and tragic it would to our modern thinking be quite laughable although not funny in any sense of the word.Read More
Mike-It was way back in 1947 when I was 7 years old that one of my most beautiful memories came to me.Read More
By:Dharmacharya Gurudas Śunyatananda
Throughout the past 5,000 years, there have been more than 25 stories and sacred legends of saviours — all born to a virgin mother, all sons of gods, and almost all crucified and resurrected. It’s an allegorical motif that represents the importance of a particular character in a particular culture, or in the world.