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This article is currently LIVE at my blogpost site at the Huffington Post:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/steve-mcswain/biblical-literalism_b_4966852.html  Most people could care less whether it is or it isn't. If you're reading this, however, you probably care at least enough to read...
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Mahatma Gandhi would have been pleased to find a Hollywood star snuggling his words. Known for his penchant for white women, he was their knight in spiritual armour. It is, therefore, not surprising – although a bit amusing – to discover that he is the 'other man'. Here is a snappy report...
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Elizabeth River Blue Raga “When I was a young poet I was full of fear like a real rat in a corner.” —Pablo Neruda   It’s a hot and sticky place with a river that divides two cities. It’s a humid place with late-blooming azaleas and your hair frizzes even more. You feel like a freak. You cannot...
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On these sultry summer evenings, my husband reads to me from the Bhagavad Gita. The translation we use is by Juan Mascaro, who conveys the textual meaning with clarity and poetry. The fact that he translates from and to languages not his own is a unique feat, I think.This verse is among my...