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Amrit – nectar of immortality

«Amrit Nectar of Immortality» is a documentary which was shot at the time of the biggest pilgrim’s festival of the world – the Kumbh Mela – in Haridwar (north India). The film tells the stories of people and their connection with the holy river Ganges. Pilgrims, ascetics, yogis, western emigrants, scientists and environment activists report from their life on the holy river, their belief, the future of the Ganga and the importance of Amrit – the nectar of immortality.
But what is Amrit? Is it a mysterious drank? The holy water of Ganges? Or rather an inner way to the immortality of the soul? The film is a journey in search of answers to these questions, a journey in a strange world, in search of the nectar of immortality.
«He who dwells in the water, and within the water, whom the water does not know, whose body the water is, and who rules the water within, he is your Self (Soul), the ruler within you, the Amrita (the immortal).»

Passenger – Holes | Tram Sessions

well sometimes you can’t change and you can’t choose
and sometimes it seems you gain less than you lose


Passenger – Holes | Tram Sessions
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I know a man with nothing in his hands, nothing but a rolling stone
he told me about when his house burnt down, he lost everything he owned
he lay asleep for six whole weeks, they were gonna ask his mother to choose
when he woke up with nothing he said I’ll tell you something
when you’ve got nothing, you’ve got nothing to lose

Now I’ve got a hole in my pocket, a hole in my shirt, a whole lot of trouble, he said
but now the money is gone, life carries on and I miss it like a hole in the head

I know a woman with kids around her ankles and a baby on her lap
she said one day her husband when to get a paper and the mother fucker never came back
mortgage to pay and four kids to raise, keeping the wolf from the door
she said the wolf’s just a puppy and the door’s double locked so why you gotta worry me for

Now he left a in hole in my heart a hole in a promise a hole on the side of my bed
oh now that he’s gone well life carries and I miss him like a hole in the head
well sometimes you can’t change and you can’t choose
and sometimes it seems you gain less than you lose
now we’ve got holes in our hearts, yeah we’ve got holes in our lives
well we’ve got holes, we’ve got holes but we carry on

Well we’ve got holes in our hearts, yeah we’ve got holes in our lives
well we’ve got holes, we’ve got holes but we carry on
said we’ve got holes in our hearts, yeah we’ve got holes in our lives
well we’ve got holes, we’ve got holes but we carry on

Said we’ve got holes in our hearts, we’ve got holes in our lives
we’ve got holes, we’ve got holes but we carry on
said we’ve got holes in our hearts, we’ve got holes in our lives
we’ve got holes, we’ve got holes but we carry on

Said we’ve got holes in our hearts, yeah we’ve got holes in our lives
well we’ve got holes, we’ve got holes but we carry on

His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama

In this talk His Holiness turns to one of his favorite themes: the importance of compassion. Far from being a uniquely Buddhist concern, the Dalai Lama explains why caring for others can be the basis for a rich and rewarding life for all people. Whether one is a Buddhist or not, whether one is religious or not, a concern for the welfare of others is just good common sense. Compassion changes egotism into empathy, and transforms fear into freedom. It is the basis for both personal and communal peace. Series: Voices [9/2009] [Humanities] [Show ID: 17091]


His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama: Ethics for Our Time
Video is hosted on:Youtube.

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