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COLLECTORS’ EDITION 2019

In this wonderful collection, Daaji explores Yogic Psychology in the light of modern-day science and psychology, and shares some simple yogic practices and approaches that support mental health and joyful living. Daaji is a changemaker for the unification of all spiritual paths and seeking hearts.

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The color of children

The color of children
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One day God was enjoying the beautiful world He had set in motion.
He loved the sky, sometimes pure blue with white clouds.
Sometimes filled with gray clouds that turned to rain falling from the sky.
“What a good idea!” He thought when he saw the yellow sun lighting and warming the earth.
“And another good idea!” when he saw the silver moon shedding its gentle light in the night sky.
He loved the plants with their many colors – green, yellow and red leaves; tree trunks shiny gray or deep mottled brown.
Flowers of red, orange, yellow, blue and purple.

“I love all this,” He thought. “And yet something is missing.”
“I know, the world needs children! But what color should these children be?
“Blue like the sky?
“Green like the leaves?
“Orange, purple and yellow like the flowers?”

None of those ideas seemed quite right. “I know!” He said. “Let them be the colors of all my favorite candies!”
“Some of them can be the color of dark chocolate, some of them the color of milk chocolate, some of them the color of caramel, and some of them the color of vanilla taffy.” And so the children were. When God saw the children of all these colors, He was very happy.
“They are all beautiful. They are all my children, and I love them, every one.”



Article by TERRAN DAILY
Illustration by ANAYA PATEL



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COLLECTORS' EDITION 2019