One day in 1970, Bharati left his job, wife, and three children in order to pursue his devotion to Shiva; three years later he felt he was still too connected to the luxury of mortal life, and decided to raise his arm and keep it raised in order to disconnect himself from said luxuries of mortal life. (src)

One day in 1970, Bharati left his job, wife, and three children in order to pursue his devotion to Shiva; three years later he felt he was still too connected to the luxury of mortal life, and decided to raise his arm and keep it raised in order to disconnect himself from said luxuries of mortal life. (src)


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    Wow. And what am I willing to do for CHRIST?!!!
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    What excuse do we have not to live for the Lord?
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    39 years tho?! Did he at least get on Guinness World Records? All my single ladies dudes, put ya hands … nvm … or what...
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