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Written by Holly Halai
Honestly speaking, it wasn’t until my orientation day that I was able to become familiar with 2 new terms that I had a limited understanding of: AHIMSA and DHARMA.
Ahimsa: causing MINIMAL harm to all living beings.
Dharma: being peaceful, harmonious, and sustaining.
I was told that being Hindu is about enabling a better world. These terms can also be universally applied, regardless of religion. Minimising harm, and sustaining should be at the heart of everything that we do.
God’s creation should always be treated with respect, which is why we should treat ourselves, our family, our community, our country, and OUR WORLD with respect.
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