Warren argues that society has been mislead by the feminist movement into perceiving women as victims of male oppression. He believes that the reverse is true; women have most of the rights and privileges whilst men are treated like 2nd-class citizens.
Paras note: Something every man and feminist should listen to.
Bhakti Sutras by Narada: Well originally by Narada but Sri Sri Ravi Shankar breaks it down for us. Bhakti means devotion or divine love, Sutras means string… something to do with sutras being the string and you the kite. They go like this…
1 – The love does not die,
2 – Love is beyond desires,
3 – Love knows no conflict,
4 – Rejoicing without conflict,
5 – Love is pure communication,
6 – Love and respect,
7 – The means to divine love,
8 – Awakening the divinity within,
9 – Crossing the ocean of misery,
10 – Love cannot be expressed,
11 – Attaining divine love
12 – Love needs no proof,
13 – Love is supreme,
14 – The 6 distortions of love,
15 – Love, A hidden secret,
16 – Love knows no boundaries,
17 – Dwell in the divine,
18 – The ultimate truth.
This knowledge dates centuries back… what’s amazing about Bhakti sutras, Patanjali sutras, Vedas, puranas etc is that its vidya/unchangeable truths. Time normally changes lots of truths, yet these have stayed.