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    #3803 - Wednesday, February 10, 2010 - Editor: Jerry Katz The Nonduality Highlights - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights ... Spirit of Nonduality radio
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      #3803 - Wednesday, February 10, 2010 - Editor: Jerry Katz
      The Nonduality Highlights - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights

      Spirit of Nonduality radio is on the air today, Wednesday, February 10, from 12:30 to 2:30 PM EST

      Listen to the streamed program at

      You should be able to hear the program on any of the common audio players such as RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, or QuickTime. 
      I use Foobar2000, "an advanced freeware audio player for the Windows platform," which you may download here:


      Spirit of Nonduality -- reality, humor, music -- hosted by Mandee Moon and Jerry Katz

      Painting: Sylvia Casillas: Dance of Solitude
      The Dance of Solitude

      The solitude and its silence
      Stands there, the grand empires
      Built from dreams of the past
      The old chaos of times
      From distant corners,
      Come they to examine
      To see, how this life, spent
      Through opium years to its magic
      Hear they not, the deafening soul

      The rapturous routines
      The old peaceful moments
      Built for the dreams of future
      From distant corners
      Come they to examine
      Their own past and the colours
      Through the years of violence
      Hear they not, the drowning heart

      The perpetual existence
      In time and its space
      In this grand scheme of life
      From distant corners,
      Travel they far, to examine
      Themselves and the light
      Through years of creation
      To the end of time, hear they not
      The Dance of Solitude!


      This poem is from The Pak Tea House:


      Pak Tea House is a little corner in the blogosphere that will endeavour to revive the culture of debate, pluralism and tolerance. It has no pretensions nor illusions but the motivation of a few people who want to see Pakistan a better place – where ideas need to counter the forces of commercialism, adverse effects of globalisation and extremism. And, ideas must translate into action that leads us to an equitable, just and healthy society.

      Please join us – through writings, contributions, discussions, and spreading the word…

      Raza Rumi – editor/founder Pak Tea House blog-zine

      “It was a different world when coffeehouses and teahouses flourished. They flourished in the background of a rich restaurant culture, which distinguished the Mall from other cultural spots of the city. Those sitting there were never seen in a hurry. They could afford to sit for long hours discussing ideas and ideologies over a cup of tea. Each literary theory had its protagonists, who when engaged in a discussion gave the impression of being the defender of a noble cause most dear to them. And it was not simply an intellectual exercise with them. What they discovered as truth in the process of their literary or intellectual thinking stayed as an article of faith with them.

      Such were the devoted souls for whom ideas and ideologies meant more than worldly benefits. It was because of them that certain restaurants gained a cultural status. Now we are living in a different world. This world cannot afford to have such souls and such haunts within its fold. The age of coffeehouses and teahouses is gone. Food streets are now the hallmark of life in Lahore.”


      The Pak Tea House:



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