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“Namaste is a Sanskrit word meaning "the light of God in me recognizes and honors the light of God in you and in that recognition is our oneness," Harris wrote in an e-mail.”
“Place hands in prayer position at chest, fingers pointing upwards, and bow slightly while uttering the word "Namaste.”
“I've never heard the Real Steve Jobs say "Namaste" - I really enjoy reading your blog, because it is well written - But I hate the constant references to Namaste, and Dentoned More recently.”
“In Sanskrit the word is Namaste, which means “I see you as an eternal divine being.””
“In 2003, I wrote a book published in India called Namaste Sharon: Hindutva and Sharonism Under US Hegemony (LeftWord).”
“Do they think so little of their flock as to fear that they'll convert to Hinduism because they chant some Sanskrit mantras, or say "Namaste" instead of goodnight, or hear some tidbits of Vedic philosophy while stretching?”
“Do conservative Christian clergy think so little of their flock as to fear that they'll convert to Hinduism because they chant some Sanskrit mantras, or say "Namaste," or hear some tidbits of Vedic philosophy while stretching?”
“The simplest and most respectful is to do "Namaste" as the Hindus do.”
“Or the Hindu "Namaste": "The divinity within me recognizes and acknowledges the divinity within you.”
“I would have never thought that the most impressive game title for Microsoft's foray into motion-sensor gaming would involve me invoking the phrase "Namaste" instead of "activate plasma rifle.”
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