Moving Beyond the Mortal Moment into the Moment of Immortality

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Moving Beyond the Mortal Moment into the Moment of Immortality
The definition of the Sanskrit word ‘Ahimsa’ is the not injuring or being injured. The concept of ahimsa is found throughout the religious doctrine of several religions, including Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. Ahimsa may be defined as a process of living a non-violent life, and existing in harmony with all living things, yet its essence is more complex. According to Mahatma Gandhi, “True ahimsa should mean a complete freedom from ill will and anger and hate and an overflowing love for all” (All Men, 2009). Ahimsa then, can be more completely understood as the essential innate seed of defense against the natural tendency for...
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