on dharma

Dharma is often translated as “religion”, “righteousness”, or “virtue”. But its meaning goes deeper, referring to the “nature” of something, its “essential characteristic”. Dharma is also closely related to the concept of “ṛtaṃ” meaning “ordered movement”, “rhythm” (ṛtaṃ is the Sanskrit origin of our English word “rhythm”). So we could say that dharma refers to our natural spiritual rhythm...



Today, the 6th of January is traditionally the feast of the Epiphany, celebrating (among other things) the Magi’s encountering the infant Jesus at the manger. The term “Epiphany” comes from the Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia—“manifestation” or “appearance”. This marks the “Twelfth Day” of Christmas observances, and in some traditions, the end of the Christmas season.


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