Always a Hindu

Always a Hindu June 25, 2018

Life has been incredibly hectic these last few months.

I’m chasing after a two-year-old now (remember when I was just waiting to get pregnant?!) and now I’m due to have a little girl in the next few weeks.

On top of that, we are selling our house and looking for a new one. We have to be moved by the end of the summer for my husband’s job! We aren’t moving too far, about an hour from where we are now, but it has been very unexpected. I didn’t anticipate selling this house for another ten to twenty years! So there’s a lot to do to get it ready and we’re supposed to be listing it in less than a week.

So as you can imagine with all that going on, I haven’t been actively pursuing my faith. Haven’t been to the temple in ages, haven’t been doing pujas at home, haven’t been paying attention to when festivals are, etc.

But none of that stops me from being a Hindu twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Hindu is what I am in every moment of every day, whether I’m connecting with the practices or pursuing enlightenment actively or not.

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  • kiran2

    Congratulation and Good luck with the move.

  • Anonymouse

    This white female, simply, will not let us live, will it?

    It will suck off off the the sacrifices of our ancestors for its perverse masturbatory fantasies, won’t it?

    And yet, deracinated worthless Hindu naam-dhaaris continue to promote it as a (parasitic) vanguard of OUR gods/rites/philosophies/culture/society/civilization.

    What depths of depravity is the Hindu going to sink in order to be allowed to lick the white female’s an*s?


      //This white female, simply, will not let us live, will it?
      Why do you think so?
      Has she ever attacked you?

  • So happy to hear of your daughter. Congrats!!! You are correct in that you are Hindu 24/7. Don’t let haters get to you.

  • I wouldn’t concern myself so much in the stereotypical ways of Hinduism. While great, but as you say, a Hindu practices their religion 24/7 (like any devout person of any faith). Look at the yamas and niyamas and the yogas..mostly all talk about other things by way of being Hindu than going to festivals (which isn’t necessary to do at all), doing full out pujas, and going to temple.

    • Anonymouse

      Yup. And follow up on that. Do NOT come to ***our*** festivals, ***our*** pujas, ***our*** temples…. and please also add ***our*** neighborhoods and ***our*** country to that list.

      The last thing that we want is Bantu style multicultural invasion from your kind, along with the associated criminality, promiscuity, irresponsibility, indolence, sense of entitlement and lack of self-control.

      Magar, tu bhi kya yaad rakhegi….

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