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shitla mata puja 2021

by Radhe

This shitla mata puja 2021 is my favorite shot of the week. It’s a mix of my favorite photos from the past few years, and my favorite shot from the past few months. It’s a mix of beauty and chaos.

What you see is what you get. What you are is what you become. That is the essence of life. This is what I love about life.

I have never been involved in a puja (a Hindu ceremony of worship) and I don’t even know what a puja is, but I love the imagery this picture conjures up. Puja is a time when we remember our past. We remember our parents and grandparents, and remember what they taught us. We remember the love of our parents and those they loved. We remember the things they taught us. This is what I love about the world.

In a time when most of the world is in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I think it is important to remember what is important. I have seen many messages through social media, and I have been reminded of the importance of what we are doing in the world right now. Pujas are a time when we remember the sacrifices we’ve made for this earth, and we remember our ancestors.

Pujas are a time for remembering the sacrifices we’ve made, but they’re also a time to remember the sacrifices we’ve not. We do not honor those who have passed, and we should not honor those who are still lost. Even if you can’t remember a specific person, remember the person who inspired you. They may not be with us in this life, but they’ll be with you in the next.

It’s time to honor the ones weve lost, for they will be with us in the next life, because they should be honored in this life.

I have a great deal of respect for our ancestors, as well as my two great-grandparents. They did everything they could to ensure that I grew up in a society that was free of oppression, and they were quite a bit better than the system we have today. They raised me to respect other people, and to have empathy for people who are different. They were also really strong in protecting those things that I am more likely to neglect. I think we can all learn from them.

As a Hindu, I’m always in a state of meditation to make sure I’m in the right state for the right time, which is why I think all this Hinduism is so important. As long as we’re practicing it, we can’t go wrong.

There’s a reason I’m always writing this. It’s because I want my life to have purpose. I want it to be about something greater than myself and whatever I’m doing at that moment. I want to be a part of something bigger than I am.

That sounds pretty simple, but it really does take a lot of work to make any kind of real impact in life. I think it’s easy to get caught up in a life that you know you can’t change, or that you can’t change for the better. Or something like that. But the thing is, you can and you will. There’s always more where that came from.

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