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American photograph may perhaps June 2010 - 25 best areas for taking pictures, David Burnett Reinvents Himself, Joe McNally lights at the Fly, Stephen Voss in Detroit's deserted colleges and more...
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159. Even the Supreme Being was astonished and exclaimed, Is this the end of all things? Then suddenly this unusual turmoil ceased. 160. Thus was the universe saved, when Shri Krishna and the others blew on their great conches, for otherwise the end of the cycle might have occurred. 161. Although the deep sounds had ceased, their echoes continued to vibrate, so that the army of the Kauravas was destroyed. Page 13 162. As a lion may easily destroy a herd of elephants, so the sound struck terror into the hearts of the Kauravas.
134. Some beat their arms with violence, shouting with fury, so that the elephants could not be restrained. 135. Some even died where they stood, the teeth of brave men chattered, and matchless fighters also shook with fear. 136. The terrible and deafening sound of all those martial instruments reverberated so that even the creator was afraid, and the gods exclaimed, The day of universal destruction will surely come! XIV. When stationed in their great chariot, yoked to white horses, Krsna * and Arjuna blew their celestial conches.
When these three are united, the sacred word is formed. Through the grace of my preceptor, I salute this, the primal cause of all being, the Om. 21. 11 22. In my heart dwells my spiritual teacher, by whose grace I have been rescued from the ocean of this wordly existence and have become devoted to the way of discrimination. 23. As when a pigment is applied to the eyes, the sight gains in clarity, so that one finds one's way to the store of great treasure; 24. 12 25. So also those men who wisely serve their spiritual teachers thereby attain the object of their lives, just as when the roots of a tree are watered the branches begin to sprout.
American PHOTO - May June 2010 by American Photo Magazine