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$1 Flash Sale & Pop Up Event: Small Business Saturday

November 18, 2017

Flash book sale! $1 books & 25¢ children's books-November 25th 11 a.m. : join us for Small Business Saturday on Colonial Avenue, featuring a preview of @waffletina 's Mea Culpa Cafe, @threeshipscoffee + @spottedfigpastries + @doughminionva + @glassgardens + @norfolkgrowlercompany + @unbaked757 + @vweissart + @silentorchid + @thebluemothstudio + @nofosoaps + more surprise artists & crafters & makers! We'll all be perched at @wildcardbooksandarts / @waffletina on the slice of Colonial Avenue in Norfolk warmly sandwiched between @toastrunners & @handsomebiscuit ! (With whom you should also be nomming ASAP to #shopsmall ) ✨🦃✨ link in profile for more info 👆🏽 #reading #usedbooks #usedbookstore #virginiaisforbookslovers #norfolk #norfolkva #wildcardbooksandarts #visitnorfolkva #parkplacenorfolkva #virginia #HRVA #hamptonroadsvirginia #ghentva #my7cities #loveva #nfk #sharenorfolk #norfolkvirginia #norfolkarts #hamptonroads #hamptonroadspride #hamptonroadsartist #hamptonroadsvirginia #hamptonroadsart #ghentnorfolk #ghentnorfolkva #ghentnfk

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HINDUISM

June 11, 2017

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“Hinduism is unlike any of the other major historic religions. It does not claim an identifiable human founder or a specific origin in history-some Hindus derive their tradition from a primeval revelation of the Supreme, others consider it the beginningless sanātana dharma, the eternal law that governs everything, independently of any divine or human agent-nor has it ever rejected a parent tradition from which it separated as a rebel child, as all others have done.”

-from ‘Hinduism: A Short History,’ by Klaus K. Klostermaier