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Sanatana - Discourses
... The discourses of the four Kumaras are found in the Hindu epic Mahabharata as well as the Bhagavata Purana ... The Shanti Parva book of the Mahabharata describes the discourse given by the four Kumaras to the demon king Vritra and his guru – the sage Shukra ...
Sanskar TV
... They include bhajans, jyotish shastra, religious discourses by prominent Hindu orators such as Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj, Asharamji Bapu, Ramesh ... bhajans, kirtans, aartis, aradhanas and spiritual discourses by prominent, respected sants ... •Special projects - Animated movies, discourses on audio and video ...
Discourses
... Discourses may also refer to Domain of discourse, a logical/mathematical term Conversation, synonym for one meaning of discourse Four discourses, a theory by ...
Anandmurti Gurumaa - Life Sketch
... In her childhood she used to accompany her mother to spiritual discourses, gatherings, satsangs ... Gurumaa's discourses started coming daily on Sony entertainment television in the morning in 1999 and her popularity started increasing ... Gurumaa conducted series of discourses on various spiritual texts of Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims, budhists like Bhagavad Gita, japji sahib, rehraas sahib, jaap sahib of Guru Granth ...
Samuel Miller (theologian) - Bibliography - Discourses
... The guilt, folly, and sources of suicide two discourses, preached in the city of New-York, February, 1805 A discourse, delivered in the chapel of Nassau-Hall ...

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    I have been told, that in some public discourses of mine my reverence for the intellect has made me unjustly cold to the personal relations. But now I almost shrink at the remembrance of such disparaging words. For persons are love’s world, and the coldest philosopher cannot recount the debt of the young soul wandering here in nature to the power of love, without being tempted to unsay, as treasonable to nature, aught derogatory to the social instincts.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Contention is inseparable from creating knowledge. It is not contention we should try to avoid, but discourses that attempt to suppress contention.
    Joyce Appleby (b. 1929)

    Hath homely age th’ alluring beauty took
    From my poor cheek? Then he hath wasted it.
    Are my discourses dull? Barren my wit?
    If voluble and sharp discourse be marred,
    Unkindness blunts it more than marble hard.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)