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https://plus.google.com/116208711729796173884 Vairoshini Srinivasan : BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6 Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone...
BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6
Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone thither, they return not: this is my supreme abode.

Commentary
This is the favorite idea of the men-of-God. It is echoed in at least three principal Upanishads. Our life is governed by the sun, the moon and fire. We see the world by their light. All our experiences are regulated and limited by them. Earlier, Krishna even made it look as though they concern our death too!

Going and coming, time, space and materiality do not operate in the absolute. Where shall that which is everywhere come or go to? In it everything is here and now. Matter is only the spirit perceived through material eyes.

Who can describe it? It is incomparable to even the grandest objects in the universe, which are perceived by the sun, the moon and the fire. The Kathopanishad reminds us that even these shine because of that self - “sight” is possible not merely because the sun, the moon and the fire are there, but because “I see”! The sun is reflected in a mirror, and not the mirror in the sun. With what then does one perceive the omnipresence? This supreme state of consciousness can only be found in its own light. Therefore, an aspirant should constantly resort to this inner light which is independent of external sources.

And who can describe it? For one who goes there (an expression used only to help our comprehension, not to suggest that there is an actual “going”), returns not. This is not annihilation but fulfillment. The individual is not destroyed, but the limitation is removed. The part becomes one with the whole, is seen as the whole.

Some argue that, assuming all souls attain moksha, if God creates a fresh universe, they are bound to return. The answer is: the same individual cannot come back! If you pour a bucket of water into the ocean then immediately plunge in another bucket and take out some water, that can never be the same water. The first bucketful has become one with the ocean; this is fresh ocean water. The whole argument is, however, fallacious; infinity minus infinity is infinity.
~~ Swami Venkateshananda
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https://plus.google.com/106011746373233120580 นิตยา บัวกลิ้ง : Up on Bamford Edge as the sun was setting over Ladybower Reservoir, Derbyshire....
Up on Bamford Edge as the sun was setting over Ladybower Reservoir, Derbyshire....
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https://plus.google.com/110135899109401736864 John Aydelotte : After the sun is gone. Can you see the color. 9 exposures 1 stop apart combined in Photomatix then Processed...
After the sun is gone. Can you see the color.
9 exposures 1 stop apart combined in Photomatix then Processed in Adobe Camera Raw then photoshop and Google NIK. Camera was a Sony A7r with a FE 24-70 F4 ZA OSS lens at 42mm. Conversion to Black and white was done in Silver Efex Pro.
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https://plus.google.com/110135899109401736864 John Aydelotte : After the sun is gone. Can you see the color. 9 exposures 1 stop apart combined in Photomatix then Processed...
After the sun is gone. Can you see the color.
9 exposures 1 stop apart combined in Photomatix then Processed in Adobe Camera Raw then photoshop and Google NIK. Camera was a Sony A7r with a FE 24-70 F4 ZA OSS lens at 42mm. Conversion to Black and white was done in Silver Efex Pro.
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https://plus.google.com/112278796775889447893 Inés Nájera : People ask me all the time, "What time of year does the sun line up with the Calla Lily groove at Garrapata...
People ask me all the time, "What time of year does the sun line up with the Calla Lily groove at Garrapata State Beach." Well here's your answer. I captured this image on the evening of March 14, 2008.

Canon 1DsMKIII, 16-35mmL @ f/11, 1/3rd second, ISO 100, Singh-Ray thin LB Polarizer, Singh-Ray 2 stop soft-edge GND
Image tonality balanced with Nik Viveza 2 (16 total control points).
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https://plus.google.com/116058309289561505537 Jaymes Grossman : Partial solar eclipse as the sun was setting
Partial solar eclipse as the sun was setting
Watch the video: Partial Solar Eclipse Timelapse
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Music: Title: Waltz No. 2 for Accordion in D minor Artist: Steven O'Brien Source: www.soundcloud.com
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https://plus.google.com/111821843568299297325 Hendrick Honda Hickory : May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend!
May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend! 
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May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend! 
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May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend! 
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May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend! 
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https://plus.google.com/108646155025289955763 Drew Patterson : NASA's SDO Observes Largest Sunspot of the Solar Cycle  On Oct. 18, 2014, a sunspot rotated over the...
NASA's SDO Observes Largest Sunspot of the Solar Cycle 
On Oct. 18, 2014, a sunspot rotated over the left side of the sun, and soon grew to be the largest active region seen in the current solar cycle, which began in 2008. Currently, the sunspot is almost 80,000 miles across—ten Earth's could be laid across its diameter.
 
Sunspots point to relatively cooler areas on the sun with intense and complex magnetic fields poking out through the sun's surface. Such areas can be the source of solar eruptions such as flares or coronal mass ejections. So far, this active region—labeled AR 12192—has produced several significant solar flares: an X-class flare on Oct. 19, an M-class flare on Oct. 21, and an X-class flare on Oct. 22, 2014.
 
The largest sunspot on record occurred in 1947 and was almost three times as large as the current one.
 
Active regions are more common at the moment as we are in what's called solar maximum, which is the peak of the sun's activity, occurring approximately every 11 years.
 
Credit: NASA/SDO

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May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend! 
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https://plus.google.com/109710888856479422384 Suchismita Tewari : BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6 Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone...
BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6
Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone thither, they return not: this is my supreme abode.

Commentary
This is the favorite idea of the men-of-God. It is echoed in at least three principal Upanishads. Our life is governed by the sun, the moon and fire. We see the world by their light. All our experiences are regulated and limited by them. Earlier, Krishna even made it look as though they concern our death too!

Going and coming, time, space and materiality do not operate in the absolute. Where shall that which is everywhere come or go to? In it everything is here and now. Matter is only the spirit perceived through material eyes.

Who can describe it? It is incomparable to even the grandest objects in the universe, which are perceived by the sun, the moon and the fire. The Kathopanishad reminds us that even these shine because of that self - “sight” is possible not merely because the sun, the moon and the fire are there, but because “I see”! The sun is reflected in a mirror, and not the mirror in the sun. With what then does one perceive the omnipresence? This supreme state of consciousness can only be found in its own light. Therefore, an aspirant should constantly resort to this inner light which is independent of external sources.

And who can describe it? For one who goes there (an expression used only to help our comprehension, not to suggest that there is an actual “going”), returns not. This is not annihilation but fulfillment. The individual is not destroyed, but the limitation is removed. The part becomes one with the whole, is seen as the whole.

Some argue that, assuming all souls attain moksha, if God creates a fresh universe, they are bound to return. The answer is: the same individual cannot come back! If you pour a bucket of water into the ocean then immediately plunge in another bucket and take out some water, that can never be the same water. The first bucketful has become one with the ocean; this is fresh ocean water. The whole argument is, however, fallacious; infinity minus infinity is infinity.
~~ Swami Venkateshananda
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May the sun be on your 2014 Civic Coupe's back this weekend! 
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Solar superflares: A new danger from the sun

A blast of radiation that hit Earth in AD 775 has revealed just how violent our nearest star can be. Find out more in our in-depth article at http://ow.ly/DhIXY
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https://plus.google.com/109620308246637988731 KARTHIGA M : BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6 Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone...
BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6
Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone thither, they return not: this is my supreme abode.

Commentary
This is the favorite idea of the men-of-God. It is echoed in at least three principal Upanishads. Our life is governed by the sun, the moon and fire. We see the world by their light. All our experiences are regulated and limited by them. Earlier, Krishna even made it look as though they concern our death too!

Going and coming, time, space and materiality do not operate in the absolute. Where shall that which is everywhere come or go to? In it everything is here and now. Matter is only the spirit perceived through material eyes.

Who can describe it? It is incomparable to even the grandest objects in the universe, which are perceived by the sun, the moon and the fire. The Kathopanishad reminds us that even these shine because of that self - “sight” is possible not merely because the sun, the moon and the fire are there, but because “I see”! The sun is reflected in a mirror, and not the mirror in the sun. With what then does one perceive the omnipresence? This supreme state of consciousness can only be found in its own light. Therefore, an aspirant should constantly resort to this inner light which is independent of external sources.

And who can describe it? For one who goes there (an expression used only to help our comprehension, not to suggest that there is an actual “going”), returns not. This is not annihilation but fulfillment. The individual is not destroyed, but the limitation is removed. The part becomes one with the whole, is seen as the whole.

Some argue that, assuming all souls attain moksha, if God creates a fresh universe, they are bound to return. The answer is: the same individual cannot come back! If you pour a bucket of water into the ocean then immediately plunge in another bucket and take out some water, that can never be the same water. The first bucketful has become one with the ocean; this is fresh ocean water. The whole argument is, however, fallacious; infinity minus infinity is infinity.
~~ Swami Venkateshananda
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https://plus.google.com/100330753174407095115 Abhishek Mishra : BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6 Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone...
BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6
Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone thither, they return not: this is my supreme abode.

Commentary
This is the favorite idea of the men-of-God. It is echoed in at least three principal Upanishads. Our life is governed by the sun, the moon and fire. We see the world by their light. All our experiences are regulated and limited by them. Earlier, Krishna even made it look as though they concern our death too!

Going and coming, time, space and materiality do not operate in the absolute. Where shall that which is everywhere come or go to? In it everything is here and now. Matter is only the spirit perceived through material eyes.

Who can describe it? It is incomparable to even the grandest objects in the universe, which are perceived by the sun, the moon and the fire. The Kathopanishad reminds us that even these shine because of that self - “sight” is possible not merely because the sun, the moon and the fire are there, but because “I see”! The sun is reflected in a mirror, and not the mirror in the sun. With what then does one perceive the omnipresence? This supreme state of consciousness can only be found in its own light. Therefore, an aspirant should constantly resort to this inner light which is independent of external sources.

And who can describe it? For one who goes there (an expression used only to help our comprehension, not to suggest that there is an actual “going”), returns not. This is not annihilation but fulfillment. The individual is not destroyed, but the limitation is removed. The part becomes one with the whole, is seen as the whole.

Some argue that, assuming all souls attain moksha, if God creates a fresh universe, they are bound to return. The answer is: the same individual cannot come back! If you pour a bucket of water into the ocean then immediately plunge in another bucket and take out some water, that can never be the same water. The first bucketful has become one with the ocean; this is fresh ocean water. The whole argument is, however, fallacious; infinity minus infinity is infinity.
~~ Swami Venkateshananda
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https://plus.google.com/101373394907904163793 Pavan Rachamallu : BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6 Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone...
BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6
Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone thither, they return not: this is my supreme abode.

Commentary
This is the favorite idea of the men-of-God. It is echoed in at least three principal Upanishads. Our life is governed by the sun, the moon and fire. We see the world by their light. All our experiences are regulated and limited by them. Earlier, Krishna even made it look as though they concern our death too!

Going and coming, time, space and materiality do not operate in the absolute. Where shall that which is everywhere come or go to? In it everything is here and now. Matter is only the spirit perceived through material eyes.

Who can describe it? It is incomparable to even the grandest objects in the universe, which are perceived by the sun, the moon and the fire. The Kathopanishad reminds us that even these shine because of that self - “sight” is possible not merely because the sun, the moon and the fire are there, but because “I see”! The sun is reflected in a mirror, and not the mirror in the sun. With what then does one perceive the omnipresence? This supreme state of consciousness can only be found in its own light. Therefore, an aspirant should constantly resort to this inner light which is independent of external sources.

And who can describe it? For one who goes there (an expression used only to help our comprehension, not to suggest that there is an actual “going”), returns not. This is not annihilation but fulfillment. The individual is not destroyed, but the limitation is removed. The part becomes one with the whole, is seen as the whole.

Some argue that, assuming all souls attain moksha, if God creates a fresh universe, they are bound to return. The answer is: the same individual cannot come back! If you pour a bucket of water into the ocean then immediately plunge in another bucket and take out some water, that can never be the same water. The first bucketful has become one with the ocean; this is fresh ocean water. The whole argument is, however, fallacious; infinity minus infinity is infinity.
~~ Swami Venkateshananda
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https://plus.google.com/118391560596676660917 Saurabh P : BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6 Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone...
BHAGAVAD GITA Chapter XV: 6
Neither doth the sun illumine there nor the moon, nor the fire; having gone thither, they return not: this is my supreme abode.

Commentary
This is the favorite idea of the men-of-God. It is echoed in at least three principal Upanishads. Our life is governed by the sun, the moon and fire. We see the world by their light. All our experiences are regulated and limited by them. Earlier, Krishna even made it look as though they concern our death too!

Going and coming, time, space and materiality do not operate in the absolute. Where shall that which is everywhere come or go to? In it everything is here and now. Matter is only the spirit perceived through material eyes.

Who can describe it? It is incomparable to even the grandest objects in the universe, which are perceived by the sun, the moon and the fire. The Kathopanishad reminds us that even these shine because of that self - “sight” is possible not merely because the sun, the moon and the fire are there, but because “I see”! The sun is reflected in a mirror, and not the mirror in the sun. With what then does one perceive the omnipresence? This supreme state of consciousness can only be found in its own light. Therefore, an aspirant should constantly resort to this inner light which is independent of external sources.

And who can describe it? For one who goes there (an expression used only to help our comprehension, not to suggest that there is an actual “going”), returns not. This is not annihilation but fulfillment. The individual is not destroyed, but the limitation is removed. The part becomes one with the whole, is seen as the whole.

Some argue that, assuming all souls attain moksha, if God creates a fresh universe, they are bound to return. The answer is: the same individual cannot come back! If you pour a bucket of water into the ocean then immediately plunge in another bucket and take out some water, that can never be the same water. The first bucketful has become one with the ocean; this is fresh ocean water. The whole argument is, however, fallacious; infinity minus infinity is infinity.
~~ Swami Venkateshananda
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https://plus.google.com/110521281108083626023 Kevin Plover : NASA's SDO Observes Largest Sunspot of the Solar Cycle  On Oct. 18, 2014, a sunspot rotated over the...
NASA's SDO Observes Largest Sunspot of the Solar Cycle 
On Oct. 18, 2014, a sunspot rotated over the left side of the sun, and soon grew to be the largest active region seen in the current solar cycle, which began in 2008. Currently, the sunspot is almost 80,000 miles across—ten Earth's could be laid across its diameter.
 
Sunspots point to relatively cooler areas on the sun with intense and complex magnetic fields poking out through the sun's surface. Such areas can be the source of solar eruptions such as flares or coronal mass ejections. So far, this active region—labeled AR 12192—has produced several significant solar flares: an X-class flare on Oct. 19, an M-class flare on Oct. 21, and an X-class flare on Oct. 22, 2014.
 
The largest sunspot on record occurred in 1947 and was almost three times as large as the current one.
 
Active regions are more common at the moment as we are in what's called solar maximum, which is the peak of the sun's activity, occurring approximately every 11 years.
 
Credit: NASA/SDO

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