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ACCEPTANCE ACTIVISM ALCOHOLISM ALIENATION ALLIES ARTISTS ASK ATTENTION AVOCADOS
IMAGINATION ISLE IMPOSTOR SYNDROME INTIMACY
MALE ALLIES MASTURBATION MONEY MYTHOLOGY
PAIN THE PARADOX OF PORN PASSION V. ADDICTION PATH POTLATCH POWER POZOLE
SEX FIRST SHADOW SOCIAL JUSTICE
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Darshan is derived from the Sanskrit word darsana meaning “sight,” “vision,” or “appearance.” In the Hindu tradition, darshan refers to the beholding of a holy person, sacred object, natural phenomenon, or deity. Darshan implies a mutual interaction between the viewer and the perceived object or being. Although it requires nothing more than the performance of seeing, darshan is considered a powerful form of worship and process of spiritual fulfillment.
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