I have a confession to make: I am a little Hindu.
When I was in high school I was obsessed with Hinduism, and I have since then felt compelled to learn more about the religion, the teachings and its adherents.
So, for me, learning about Hinduism and Buddhism is the perfect antidote to a lot of the misconceptions that come with it.
I am not a fan of Buddhism, for instance, because it is based on a Hindu mythology that has nothing to do with Buddhism and is very much a product of the Western world, which is what makes it a little hard to understand.
I can understand why a lot people might not like Buddhism, but it also makes sense why they would find Hinduism a little difficult to understand or understand in a way that might help them become a more “religious” person.
So I think I’m a little biased, but I do think there is something for everyone.
I mean, there is a lot more to life than the scriptures.
I know it’s hard to believe that you can live in a world without any religions, but at the end of the day, Buddhism and Hinduism are just as important to humanity as Christianity, Judaism, Islam or even Christianity itself.
I feel that it is my job as a human being to help people understand more about what they are experiencing in their everyday lives and the beliefs that guide their lives.
In that sense, I am the bridge between people who don’t understand and those who do.
It’s really nice to know that you are not alone.
As a Hindu, I can tell you that I have experienced the same feelings of compassion and empathy that I’ve experienced from those of other religions.
I also know that it can be very difficult to talk about these issues without being hurt or upset.
But it is important to keep learning and I think that’s why I am so excited about this new book, “Myths About Buddhism: A Guide to Being a Good Hindu.”
It is an interesting journey for me because I was raised in a culture where a lot has been written about Buddhism and its teachings, and so many people don’t know that there are people like me who actually feel more like Buddhists.
This book is a good way for me to share that story and get to know other Hindus who might be similar to me.
I hope that my book will help someone else learn more and maybe be able to make the switch to a better understanding of their own identity.