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Color and Perception | The Rabbit Hole
Are colors fixed qualities, regardless of who is doing the looking? Deepak Chopra addresses the fluid nature of perception, so dependent on the perspective from which reality is experienced.
We may all agree that what we see is "red" or "blue" or "green," but who's to say these words describe exactly the same experience for everyone? And how about for a dog or a bee? Perception is relative, and reality, as it turns out, may be mind-made.

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Wonderful ~ thank you so very much ~ Namaste' to all ~ ♥
Lori Armstrong - February 7, 2015
Introduction \n\nIndia is the 2nd largest populated country in the world with over 4,000 people groups, having diverse culture, religion and languages. All Indian people praise and thank God because one of the disciples of Jesus Christ, St Thomas came to India 2000 year ago and preach the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ and died for Him. But only with less than 3% Christians, India continues to be a challenge for missions. Many people groups, cities, towns and villages today are still without any Christian witness and are in desperate need of hearing the gospel. India is populated with more than one billion people. Most of them are Hindus (Heathens). There are 7,00,000 Villages. Only 3 percent are evangelical Christians. The remaining 97% of the people are not Christians. These 97% are Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Jains, Parisis, Bahai’s, lambadis , Sikhs and many tribal groups. Over 500 million have never heard the name of Jesus. There are 1,644 languages and\ndialects. But the Holy Bible was printed in only 30 languages. Over 15,000 people enter Eternity without Jesus every day. The sun, the moon, the stars, pigs, cows, snakes and monkeys are considered Deities (Divine). In India there are more than 350 million gods and goddesses. Such is the pity with our heathen people. They don’t know the Gospel of Jesus. This is the challenge for redeemer Gospel Banjara ministries to reach to unreached areas preach the word of God, pray for sick people, planting churches and win the souls for His kingdom. Amen.\n\nThe People from the Banjara community are gypsies; they use to lived in forest, moved from place to place without food and shelter. Banjara Gypsies are a colorful tribe with own distinctive culture, their unique dress, heritage customs worshiping ideals and language distinguish them from the majority population and they maintain a separate lifestyle. Banjara tribal people are around 32-40 million people throughout India, mostly in three south central states Maharatra , Andra Pradesh, Karnataka. Although the estimates show Christians among the Banjara number in less them 1%. Banjara people thirsty for word of God. There is a great harvest before us to reap in the fields of India. Every day millions of souls are passing away without knowing the Lord Jesus. Even many believers are becoming backsliders because of the lack of follow-up teaching etc., Even the evangelists & preachers also are striving in vain, due to lack of proper training and evangelistic\nskills. We heartily welcome you to proclaim Good News in India and to worship with us. We are working on behalf of you among the unreached. As a child of God you feel some compulsion for the perishing souls. So, we can be your channel to tune the love of Christ in the lives of many through our activities. Please utilize our services in serving the needy. Let the people taste the love of God through your partnership with us, in any of our mission activities\n\nABOUT BANJARA CHILDREN \nI know it firsthand what it is like to be a deprived, hungry and uncared little boy in a poor remote Banjara village. I was Born in the Mud and lived in a small hut as one of 10 children. An Indian missionary found me naked, starving as a four years old boy and brought me to a Christian boarding home. And a faithful woman who has never met me sponsored me 13 years. Thanks to those two Godly people, I am able to serve God with everything I can and with everything I have. It was that personal experience that gave me and Ruth a tender place in our hearts for the destitute, planning or orphaned children of our own people. \nUnwanted Children: Children are viewed as heavy unwanted burdens in most Banjara villages. People cannot afford large families and there is absolutely no concept of birth control. They cannot feed or cloth their children, yet more and more are born. Because of these conditions, recently the Indian national papers had shocking headlines saying “They sell their children for a day’s meal“ and once it was “you can get a baby girl for Rs.50/-“ Banjara children were actually being sold for just a few dollars in the market, Boys as field worker/slaves for $ 7-10 in US money, Girls for child prostitution for 10-15 in US money and Babies as child sacrifices to Hindu gods for 7-10 in US money. Virtually there is no Education. That’s why Banjaras are 90% illiterate. Most villages have No schools or education opportunities of any kind. People are ignorant of even the basic things, such as the idea of family planning, primary health care, and hygiene.\nSuch is the condition of our people. \nWe or praying and planning Children’s home was in our heats when five Banjara children with Tuberculosis were found crying and begging in the streets. Ruth’s heart was broken. \"I couldn`t just ignore them and walk away,”she said” How the love of God could be in\n\nPERSONAL TESTY MANY AND VISION\nMy name is B.Devilal I born brought up in Banaras Hindu tribal Family. 1992 as the year Jesus saved to me then God changed to my life as Israeli. Then GOD call at YWAM 1996.I joined YWAM in DTS Hyderabad. I worked one year with Mercy ministries staff in Hyderabad and SOFM Practical 2 1/2years as church plant team with the staff. Then I worked as the team leader up to 2003.\nI got vision in 1992: One day I was praying at night, the GOD showed the scripture Zechariah: 04:1-7.In that vision I saw the group of servants praying at the Bible study room, after a second the Bible studying room turned into big ground with crowd and some people travelling by buses to coming the ground, in that second the air-plane landed the ground at the movement beside me some white colored servants come from plane. While the movement the GOD put this great burden in my heart to proclaim the gospel to unreached people group to lead eternal life.\nBURDENS PAINING IN MY HEART:\n1. Church planting for the world\n2. 24 hours prayer towers\n3. Open Discipleship Bible training center\n4. Orphan hostel children care ministry\n5. Public Gospel crushed\n6. Mercy charity ministry\nwe have 25 villages in 4districts ministries in slums areas in Andhra Pradesh.\nWe need to establishthe churches at all villages.\nBut we have no lands and no money because ofall believers is poor as they can’t able to lead their families financially.\nWe have no permanent place and no co-operation from anyorganization.\nWe have burden trained servants of the Lord but thepoverty\n\nwe have women fellowship but the lock of finance it isn’t running. Thanking you praying.\nThanking you.\nYours in Christ\nBro: B.Isarael,\nRedeemer Gospel Ministries,\nPlot No: 23, Kamalabai NagarColony,\nNagaram (Village & Post),\nKeesara Mandal, R.R district,\nHyderabad-500 083, \nIndia. our e mail
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Thank you Beautiful Heart
Anju Bala - January 4, 2014
I Love it love-n-Light blessed be
Tammy Rose - December 27, 2013
thancks,beautiful <3
Patricia Bernal - December 26, 2013
it`s so true we are living in what perceive our senses and our mind therefore it makes us able to change everything we don`t like thank you so much deepak blessings
nanouch0142 - December 26, 2013