Portrait of India: Indian People, Indian movies, Indian recipes, India festivals & more.Written by John Thomas
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India has one oldest film industries in world. The first Indian feature film, Raja Harishchandra directed by Dadasaheb Phalke (3700 feet long), was released in 1913. Indian film industry is biggest film industries in world producing around 800 movies annually. A reasonably budgeted Indian movie could cost US$ 1 million. Hindi, Tamil, Telegu, Bengali and Malayalam are languages producing large number of movies reflecting cultural diversity of Indian film industry. Most of Indian movies are based on family, romance, comedy, action, patriotism and religion.
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Looking through Terri Schiavo’s EyesWritten by RobinRenee Bridges
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We all understand difference between being humane and artificially extending life. When Terri’s lungs stop functioning, it will be because her soul has shut them down. When she stops metabolizing food and water, it will be because her soul has shut down her digestive system.
The Sanctuary teaches that soul is “living” part of us. The physical body is just a temporary chemistry and physics lab. When soul detaches, body dies. The soul is not “inside” body. It interfaces with body at autonomic nervous system.
The soul is source of all our thoughts, comprehension, imagination, and memories. (Neuroscientists have recently discovered that those are not in brain. They’re still trying to figure it out.) Terri, living, thinking, remembering part of her (her soul) is not horrified with condition of her body. It’s not important to her anymore. What is important to her is spiritual growth that can come out of furor going on all around her.
And she’s praying for us.
Copyright 2005 RobinRenee Bridges
RobinRenee Bridges has been a chaplain and officer in The Sanctuary for more than thirty years. She is the author of “A Bridge of Love between Heaven and Earth: Self-Induced Contact in the Afterlife.” For more articles about death, dying, and the afterlife visit her web site at: http://www.spirit-sanctuary.org