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Sharing My Lot In Life

On the many roads to growing up I heard different takes on the profound philosophical notion of accepting "My Lot in Life." As a Christian, I was inculcated with the precept that God is "Love" and in charge of my destiny. In my youth I would hear at transportation terminals, on the streets and especially in Washington Square Park the Hare Krishna's chants. Their mantra revealed that our inner consciousness and life goal are the "Pure Love of God.
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