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A short and to the point podcast about hacking and cyber security. A weekly podcast that give you best information and knowledge about cyber security. And helps you to save your time. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hacker-life/support
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Ohio Mysteries

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Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! https://www.ohiomysteries.com. https://www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries https://www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries https://www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio In any given episode we feature fantastic music by the following music-https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL0pcAGV4g67jCxGIPWv9iQ https://www.youtube.com/c/WhitesandComposer https://www.youtube.com/user/audionautix htt ...
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A narrated collection of stories from all over the world. Spanning myths and legends, history, fiction, personal stories and everything in between. Check in every two other Friday for new stories.Transcripts of episodes can be found here:https://vocal.media/authors/ravenswingPlease consider supporting this expedition into the unknown by becoming a patron:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=50744094&fan_landing=true
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Design Huddle is a top-rated tech, product management and design podcast. Each week a UX designs and Product Manager step inside the minds of creative professionals from a variety of design disciplines. They explore how design impacts our everyday lives, discuss new trends, and explore how we can create better products and brands. ➡️ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO5QaMfK3bQ3YfhTL7pCXKg ➡️ Subscribe to the podcast: https://anchor.fm/designhuddle #BestUXDesignPodcast #DesignPodcas ...
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A music based Podcast that focuses on sharing some of the more unknown and local musical acts that I appreciate, if you are a Spotify Premium user you will hear full songs that I share within the podcast (Spotify Free users will just get 30 second clips, sorry). If there are any artists you would like me to listen to or share on the podcast then send me a message. I will also be reading from an autobiography I had begun in my early 20's detailing building bands and the stories that come with it.
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Welcome to the State of Identity, the leading podcast in the digital identity industry! Host Cameron D’Ambrosi, and the team at Liminal, invite you to join an enlightening and engaging conversation about digital identity, its technologies, and the ever-evolving paradigms that shape our world today. Through candid discussions with the industry’s greatest minds, Liminal explores the most pressing topics in digital identity, cybersecurity, and Fintech, from cutting-edge technologies and innovat ...
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Swami Tattwamayananda’s class on Srimad Bhagavad Gita is held at the Vedanta Society of Northern California, San Francisco (founded by Swami Vivekananda in 1900) on Friday evenings in the First Universal Hindu Temple in the West (founded by Swami Trigunatitananda in 1905). Classes are held on Friday night at 7:30 pm. All are most welcome. The Srimad Bhagavad Gita is the most important spiritual classic of Hinduism. Swami Tattwamayananda, currently the Minister of the Vedanta Society of North ...
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Echoes of the Undercity

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A beating Heart echoes through the bowels of the world, its song promising wealth and fame to those who brave their way down. Join travelers hurtling forward to change the world in the face of adversity, with their unhealthy relationship to the unknown slowly spelling their assured doom. Echoes of the Undercity tells these stories through a group of friends playing Heart: the City Beneath, join us for fresh episodes every other Tuesday and turn to face fear itself. Support us! Hosted on Acas ...
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Unseen Unknown is a brand and business strategy podcast about the hidden threads that connect even the most distant of cultural concepts. We look at the emerging trends and behaviors that may be pointing to a deeper truth and ask the bigger question, “Why is society moving in this direction, and how can we apply it to business?” We believe if we can’t see it in our culture, then we can’t know it in the market. From retail and consumerism to politics, gender, identity and values, there are pa ...
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This podcast is for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs. It was created to inspire creativity, innovation and new ideas for tackling tough problems that entrepreneurs face as we navigate the complicated waters going from inspired idea to the first product to building and scaling our businesses. This podcast is dedicated to the millions of entrepreneurs who are trying to take an idea and make it into a successful business. We honor and applaud their courage and willingness to change the world. Thi ...
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In 1862, 23 Ohio soldiers, led by a Kentucky union spy, stole deep into the south with the intent of stealing a train and using it to destroy telegraph lines, railroad tracks and bridges and cripple the south. They ultimately got caught and nearly half of them hanged, but the survivors were given the very first Medals of Honor by a grateful US Cong…
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In this episode of State of Identity, host Cameron D’Ambrosi welcomes Uku Tomikas, CEO of Messente, for an in-depth exploration of the digital identity landscape and the role of mobile communications within it. Discover what’s shifting in the digital identity as mobile devices become central to our digital selves as literal authenticators and symbo…
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In 1862, 23 Ohio soldiers, led by a Kentucky union spy, stole deep into the south with the intent of stealing a train and using it to destroy telegraph lines, railroad tracks and bridges and cripple the south. They ultimately got caught and nearly half of them hanged, but the survivors were given the very first Medals of Honor by a grateful US Cong…
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Exactly 50 years ago today, the worst tornado in Ohio’s history slammed into Xenia, Ohio, killing 35 people, injuring 1,300, and causing $100 million dollars in damage. Join us as we talk about what happened a half century ago, as well as our recent trip to the city of Xenia, and also stopping by a couple of cemeteries to pay our respects to two of…
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The team of Seeking Justice has made Parma resident Dawn Pasela their latest project. Dawn was a government whistleblower with enemies in high places, so when she was found dead of an alcohol overdose just hours before she was to testify, many wondered if she had been killed and the crime scene staged. We interview the three hosts of Seeking Justic…
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Hello and Welcome to another episode of Ohio Mysteries; Backroads. In today's episode we explore one of the most unique airplane collections ever assembled. This collection grew out of one man's drive and passion and would come to attract worldwide attention and even cause pilots to change their flight plans to just to sneak a peek at these rare ai…
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In this episode of State of Identity, host Cameron D’Ambrosi welcomes Greg Leighton, Vice Chair of the Privacy and Incident Response Team at Polsinelli, for a deep dive into the evolving landscape of data privacy and security. Discover how technology’s rapid advancement outpaces legal frameworks, prompting novel challenges for businesses and legal …
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In 1987, 35-year-old biochemist Peter Becci - who relocated from New York to the Lima, Ohio suburb of Shawnee Township with his family - was murdered in the basement of his home. Police said after failing to get interviews with his estranged wife who quickly moved to Florida, they gave up, saying the case was costing the small department too much m…
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Note: This episode previously aired, we return to new episodes next week. In this episode we explore the UFO chase in Portage County, Ohio in 1966. At 5 a.m. April 17, 1966, two Portage County, Ohio, sheriff deputies on routine patrol stop to investigate an abandoned vehicle down a dark road and are blinded by known craft rising into the sky behind…
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In this episode of State of Identity, host Cameron D’Ambrosi welcomes back Reed McGinley-Stempel, co-founder and CEO of Stytch, for a deep dive into the evolving world of passwordless authentication. Discover what’s driving adoption, how Stytch's customers navigate this transition, and expert predictions for the future of digital security. Find out…
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Is Dayton named for a traitor? Why did Cleveland shave a letter off the name of its founder? What made the Roman dictator Cincinnatus worthy of an American city? We look at the origins of the names of Ohio's eight big cities, including Columbus, Toledo, Parma, Canton and Akron. Lots of history and mystery in their stories! www.ohiomysteries.com fee…
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Well spring is in the air this week and as we all know, this is the time of year when young men and women's thoughts turned to, you guessed it, yo-yo'ing and the board game checkers. In this gripping episode we check out 2 Ohioians who rose to prominence with the yo-yo and checkers. Learn about Linda Sengpiel! She was the top female yo-yo player fo…
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Great Lakes sailors often talk about the "Witch of November," autumn gales typical for that month that make the final trips of the season dangerous for freighters and other vessels. In November of 1913, the witch did her worst - the most deadly storm in the history of the Great Lakes, pulling 12 ships to the bottom of lakes Superior, Huron, Michiga…
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For well over a century Ohio has supplied the entertainment industry with hundreds of talented and beautiful actresses! This week the Backroads team focuses in on the dozens of Ohio-born actresses who were cast in popular and well-known television series throughout the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and into the present day. It’s an impressive list of …
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Join us on the State of Identity Podcast with host Cameron D’Ambrosi and special guest Dr. Tina Srivastava, Co-founder of Badge. We’ll explore Dr. Srivastava's journey from MIT and national defense to pioneering Badge, a solution that offers on-demand authentication for any application on any device without storing identity credentials. Discover wh…
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On Easter Sunday, a storm estimated to be a 1,000-year event floods the state. Not a single river in Ohio is contained within its banks as hundreds lose their lives, tens of thousands of people are made homeless and thousands of bridges and railway trestles are washed away. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomyster…
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In this episode we discuss the wild life and times of Dr. Leonard Faymore. He was a doctor in Elyria, Ohio who assisted in starting a drug rehab clinic but it quickly went wrong. Faymore quickly developed a reputation as a drug dealer rather than a rehab clinic. Addicts would line up at 4am to get a number to wait in line and the parking lot would …
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During World War II, West Virginia mother of five - Mary Jane VanGilder - left her children and abusive husband and took a job at an army depot in Shelby, Ohio. She stayed in touch with her family for a year or so, then vanished from their lives. For more than 80 years, her children - and then her grandchildren - searched for her. That mystery was …
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There is no doubt you know these songs! They are among the most popular in the world! They have stood the test of time by still being relevant today, even though they are decades old. You might still sing along to them when you hear them on your playlists, the radio, the TV, or perhaps at a popular hot spot in town! You may have even sung a verse o…
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In November of 1896, California residents reported seeing ships in the air sailing over the homes - a sight all the more puzzling since airships hadn't been invented yet, and the Wright Brothers wouldn't fly their first plane for another seven years. Those mysterious airships moved east, and arrived over Ohio in April the next year. www.ohiomysteri…
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The 13th, 14th and 15th verses discuss the five factors involved in any kind of activity. 14th verse: “In any activity, there are five factors involved. (1) adhiṣhṭhānam – The body-mind-complex, which is the basis of all actions. (2) kartā – the agent of action, which is the jivatma. (3) karaṇam – Different instruments of action, such as the senses…
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Cleveland's seedy underbelly in the early part of the 20th century could rival most any major city in the US. Crime, greed, graft and corruption became routine part of daily life in Cleveland. Mayor Burton brought famed lawman, Elliot Ness to Cleveland to root out crime from within the ranks of the Cleveland Police Dept. Ness would be put to the te…
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In 1878, graverobbers stole the body of Edwin French from Willoughby Cemetery, but all they ended up doing was pulling a loose thread that unraveled a scheme to provide corpses to the Homeopathic Hospital College in Cleveland. The search for French's body uncovered three more loved ones - two Portage County women stored in pickling barrels and a ch…
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OM Backroads Ep:21. Part 2. Blanche Noyes was a pioneering American aviator from Cleveland, OH. She was a daring pilot who set many records and later was the leader of the government's new Air Marking Program. Blanche started life as an actress until a chance meeting at a speech by Charles Lindberg would change her life. Join us as we discuss the f…
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When the War of 1812 began, the British quickly and easily seized control of Lake Erie - a prized possession since it was the northern border of Ohio, some of the coveted land being fought over. The Americans responded by setting up a shipyard in Erie, Pennsylvania, intending to build a Navy fleet from scratch and wrench control from the British. O…
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5th verse: “The three virtues of Yajna, dana and tapah should not be given up. These three virtues become natural to the enlightened and become the means to those aspiring to be enlightened.” 6th verse: “Yajna, dana and tapah should be performed giving up our attachment to the results and our selfish desire to enjoy the results of the work.” Yajna …
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OM Backroads Ep:21. Part 1. Blanche Noyes was a pioneering American aviator from Cleveland, OH. She was a daring pilot who set many records and later was the leader of the government's new Air Marking Program. Blanche started life as an actress until a chance meeting at a speech by Charles Lindberg would change her life. Join us as we discuss the f…
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In 1977, boys in Georgetown found a decapitated head while fishing. It belonged to Cheryl Fossyl, a local high school junior. No one was ever convicted of her murder, but 30 years into the cold case, her family would fight and win a sort of justice against two men they believed responsible, and against former Brown County officials who had protecte…
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Title: Yajna, Dana and Tapah Should Not be Given Up 18th Chapter: verse 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 3rd verse: “According to Samkhya philosophy, all actions should be given up. According to Mimamsa philosophy, performance of Yajna, dana and tapah should not be given up.” According to Kapila and Samkhya philosophy, every action is mixed with some imperfection and…
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In this State of Identity podcast episode, host Cameron D'Ambrosi chats with Dentity Founder and CEO Jeff Schwartz about his journey from Walt Disney Company to founding Dentity. Focused on decentralized and consumer-centric identity verification, Jeff shares insights from his automotive sector experience and the challenges of online identity verif…
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Join us for our 2023 Year In Review Discussion of the notable and famous Ohioians who passed away last year. We will pay tribute to the dozens of native Ohioans who were actors, sports athletes, musicians an even fast food industrialists. Check other podcast episodes like this at: https://www.ohiomysteries.com/ Mike hosts a Facebook page called "To…
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Ep. 258 - SIn the second of this occasional series on the remarkable origin of street names in Ohio, we recall the history behind Refugee Road in Franklin, Fairfield and Licking counties; the humorous beginning of Johnnycake Ridge Road in Lake County's Concord Township; and the bittersweet personal tale of the man for whom Gulow Street in Cincinnat…
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The 18th chapter is the longest and is about moksha-sannyasa-yoga. It is also considered as a condensation of the previous 17 chapters. Moksha represents the highest value in human existence and means liberation from the bondage of samsara. Sannyasa means giving up the feeling up doer-ship and the renouncement of ego. According to Hindu tradition, …
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Hello and welcome to another episode of Ohio Mysteries: Backroads. In today's episode we discuss the "Big Four" cemeteries in Ohio: Green Lawn Cemetery in Columbus, Woodland Cemetery in Dayton, Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland, and Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati. These four cemeteries contain the final resting places of some of the most famous …
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In 2015, Columbus police offered the family of 14-year-old Christie Mullins a formal apologizing, saying the investigation done into her 1975 murder was botched. At the same time, they closed her case, saying they are confident her killer was someone many people openly suspected for years – Henry Newell, the man who made news for "discovering" Chri…
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The 18th chapter is the longest and is about moksha-sannyasa-yoga. It is also considered as a summary of the previous 17 chapters. Moksha means liberation from the bondage of samsara. In modern times, it can be interpreted as liberation from utilitarian values, ultimately reaching a state where we stop searching for continuous happiness, and where …
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In this special episode of Ohio Mysteries: Backroads, We are honored to be joined by the podcast team of Murder Road. Murder Road discusses the unsolved murder cases around Berlin Lake, Ohio. Join us as we dive into these cases and examine the victims, suspects and up to the minute developments. Check out Dan's video where he visits Fewtown Road...…
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Check out the first episode of Slaycation, a new show from Atomic Entertainment. This captivating, engaging, and at times darkly humorous podcast is hosted by Kim, a true crime fanatic, her comedy writer husband, and his TV producing partner and looks to shed new light on the dangers that lurk when your relaxation is up and your guard is down. Avai…
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In the late 1800 and through World War II, The Great Raymond was a household name. Maurice Saunders, who started learning magic tricks at the age of 9 while growing up in Akron, traveled the globe more than half a dozen times, doing everything from hypnotism to escape acts for sell-out crowds. The timing of new telegraph and transportation innovati…
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1994 would prove to be an awful year for the community of people surrounding Berlin Lake, Ohio. In the span of a year, the bodies of 4 people would be discovered in the woods off of Berlin Lake on a lonely, isolated Fewtown Road. The murders remain unsolved to this day. Lisa Watters, Andy Hussey, Kathryn Menendez and Sarah Boehm would all wind up h…
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Join us as we discuss the notorious outlaw Pretty Boy Floyd and his exploits in Ohio. Considered "Public Enemy Number One", Floyd would live a life of crime including when Floyd was 25 and using the alias Frank Mitchell, he was sentenced to life in prison in December 1930, convicted of robbing a bank in Akron, Ohio. He was being transported to the …
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10-Minute Mystery: Symmes' Hollow Earth Theory John Cleves Symmes Jr., who died in Hamilton, Ohio in 1829, spent his later years lecturing about his theory that the planet had a large habitable hole running the length of it. His efforts to mount an expedition to the Arctic to find the entrance may have even inspired the backstory of Santa living at…
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Title: Performing Actions with Sattvic Shraddha 17th Chapter: verses 26, 27, 28; recapitulation of 17th chapter It is difficult for normal human beings to perform their spiritual practices with perfection. With the utterance of “Om Tat Sat”, when we perform any act - Yajna, dana and tapah – they become purified. When we offer our activity to the al…
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We are all familiar with the Men in Black film franchise starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith, but did you know that the Men in Black were a very real phenomenon often associated with Flying Saucers, especially in the 1960s and 1970s? Join Dan and Mike as they discuss the bizarre Men in Black case that was reported in Dayton, Ohio, in 1967. This…
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In the 1950s, John Garver, a teacher at Boardman High School in Mahoning County, designed a Christmas ornament that could spin using the heat from the tree's electric Christmas lights. But despite selling millions of them, the era of the Christmas Twinkler came to an end rather quickly. What doomed the popular ornament? www.ohiomysteries.com feedba…
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Title: Purifying Spiritual Practices with Om Tat Sat 17th Chapter: verses 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 23rd verse: “In the Vedic literature, specifically the Upanishads, it is stated that “Om Tat Sat” constitutes the essence of all vedic literature. It represents the triple designation of Brahman. These three words are behind the origin and creation of the B…
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The latest State of Identity podcast, hosted by Cameron D’Ambrosi, is joined by John Baird, Founder & CEO of Vouched. Vouched specializes in leveraging computer vision and AI for identity verification solutions across various industries, focusing on the healthcare sector in this episode. The discussion highlights the growing complexity of healthcar…
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Hello, in today's episode we examine a war story about the tragic first mission of the plane and crew of the "Lady Be Good", a WW2 bomber B-24D. It was considered lost until a fateful day 15 years later when the discovery would tell a heroic tale of endurance and tragedy that is difficult to believe with a fateful twist at the end. Please check oth…
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Most streets are named for people or places. Sometimes they're connected to the street itself, sometimes not. But once in a while, a street name is a clue to a remarkable piece of history. This new series seeks out incidents so memorable that communities sought to preserve them in their street names. Tonight we travel to three of them: The colorful…
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Title: Meaning of Om Tat Sat 17th Chapter: verses 20, 21, 22, 23 Yajna, Dana, and Tapah – these spiritual principles have the triple dimensions of Sattvika, Rajasika and Tamasika. Yajna refers to any noble, unselfish deed that is done with a sense of sanctity and sacredness and as an offering to God. Our everyday activities can be spiritualized whe…
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