The Hidden Revelation: “My Passion Is Spirituality; My Mission Is to End Homelessness and Hunger.”

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 10, 2015 - Religion - 260 pages
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This book, The Hidden Revelation, started out because of my search for knowledge and my in-depth studies of various religions. I realized that we are more alike than we are different through that search. I realized that the major religions of the world have more similarities than differences, yet we think we are so different from each other.

Various parts of the world, practices various religions and spiritual teachings and at the core, the very message, some traditions and some practices are one and the same. Then why do we fight in the name of religion? Why do we kill in the name of religion? Why do we look down at some, look up at some and don't look at some at all? Why do we discriminate and think we are better?

The basis for this book, though not all encompassing, seeks to highlight, how the undertone of religions in the world are the same. How at the core, we are all seeking the same things in life- which is peace, love, harmony, contentment, happiness and a connection to a power bigger than and greater than anyone of us. This book shows how no matter what religion we belong too, yes, there are differences but the similarities far outweighs them. So the question arises again, Why do we fight, why do we hate?

If we are all so alike, we should be living in harmony, we should be at peace, we should be happy...the beauty is we can all have that. We just need to put our minor differences aside and connect at a heart level, at a spiritual level and see God in each other.

Read the book and you would journey into a world where it is somewhat of a Utopia, but we need that in order to see the big picture and to understand love in the Universe.

The settings used to describe various religions and practices, also takes you, on a travel and you get to picture parts of the world you may have on your bucket list. Even some world class travelers, who have visited some of these places, might also be able to see it from another perspective.

If anything at all, you would find at least one nugget to help improve your life and your perspective. Spread love and unity!!

 

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Contents

Revelation
New Beginnings For Francis
The Story Of Ali Mohammad AlMisri
Story Of Mark
The Story Of Chodak Yeshe Tsarong
The Story Of Bingargy Brumby Alias Freddy
The Story Of Ravikumar
Conclusion
Spirituality
Bibliography
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I was born into a large family of eight in India and I am the middle child. Maybe my middle child syndrome made me join or volunteer for every organization I could have, which was available in my surroundings, e.g., I was a Boy Scout Leader, NCC (which is similar to ROTC), an Altar boy at the Catholic Church, and later on I volunteered to be the Librarian at the children’s library. I also competed in many debates and elocution competitions where I eventually became known as a champion debater and elocutionist, winning many prizes. This aspect of my life really helped to mold me to be able to speak in any open forum, small or large, and to make my leadership skills shine through. These many experiences, along with the encouragement from my parents, teachers, and elders, etc., really enabled me to later on do the things I was able to as a Catholic Priest, Lecturer at Universities, and Chaplain for the US Army, Hospitals, as well as the Veterans Administration and the Federal Bureau of Prison Systems. My job at the Federal Bureau of Prison Systems helped me to put many things in perspective. I witnessed mafia kings, politicians, etc., who had vast wealth and power, e.g., expensive boats, homes, cars, etc., in the real world fight for a matchstick in prison.

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