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Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: JAMES D. DAVIS Religion Editor
Date: Sep 11, 1993
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-- The parliament site, the ornate Palmer House Hilton Hotel, was a colorful parade of the faithful: white-collared pastors, russet- robed Buddhists, feather-bedecked American Indians, sari-clad Hindus, white-robed Zoroastrians, dreadlocked Rastafarians. And their styles of worship took almost as many forms as did their attire. Sri Chinmoy, a teacher of yoga at the United Nations, stood stock-still in five minutes of on-stage meditation. Five American Indians blessed the four winds by fanning smoke with a feather. Tibetan monks made a colorful mandala of sand at the nearby Field Museum, then broke it down to show the brevity of life. Ma Jaya Bhagavati of Roseland, Fla., had listeners imagine themselves rising above their heads.

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