Ahimsa (Sanskrit: अहिंसा; IAST: ahimsā, Pāli: avihiṃsā) means ‘not to injure’ and ‘compassion’ and refers to a key virtue in Indian religions. The word is derived from the Sanskrit root hiṃs – to strike; hiṃsā is injury or harm, a-hiṃsā is the opposite of this, i.e. cause no injury, do no harm. Ahimsa is also referred to as nonviolence, and it applies to all living beings—including all animals—in ancient Indian religions.
Perfect Master (Meher Baba)
Baba said that at all times on Earth there are fifty-six incarnate God-realized souls and that of these souls there are always five who constitute the “five Perfect Masters” of their era. When one of the five Perfect Masters dies, Baba said that another God-realized soul among the fifty-six immediately replaces him or her by taking up that office.
Euphoria is not a crime
Lovin’ one another is the