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AUM — Vol. 3, No. 1, 27 January 1976
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Table of Contents
Liberty torch Bicentennial Run
Philadelphia's Christ Church
Letter from President Ford
Reproduction of the letter from President Ford
Article in magazine People weekly
For humanity to enjoy
Try to perfect humanity
You have failed
If it is difficult
I need you
Look at them!
Spiritual power, occult power and will power
The greatest meets the greatest
Letter from Muhammad Ali
Questions and answers on religion
Ms. Michelle Hein: Will man always need religion?
Mr. Bill Paradis: Is there a basic difference between religion in the East and religion in the West?
Mr. Bill Paradis: In Western religion many prayers are offered to God the Father. In Eastern religion many prayers are offered to God the Mother. What is the spiritual difference?
Ms. Anne Agostini: Why do many religions claim to be the only way to God?
Ms. Anne Agostini: Can the study of world religions help the seeker in gaining a better idea of what God is?
Mr. Blaise Scavullo: What is the difference between following your path and practising the Hindu religion?
Mr. Blaise Scavullo: Is it realistic for someone who was raised as a Catholic to feel that Jesus Christ is a spiritual Master?
Mr. Peter Neumann: Despite the fact that religions are aimed at the similar goal of becoming closer to God, they outwardly seem to compete with each other. Why is this so?
Mr. Peter Neumann: Will the world ever have one religion and is this something people should strive for?
Mr. Richard Howard: Is religion the offspring of spirituality?
Mr. Richard Howard: Can religion lead man to God?
Ms. Gail Gershon: Why do some people who are highly developed and mature souls often reject the idea of God or religion?
Ms. Saroja Douglas: Why do many people feel attracted to meditation when it is represented as an intellectual exercise but shy away from it when they feel it has to do with devotion?
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