Stephanie Lucas: The Meaning of Namaste: Many Translations, One Universal Intention

Openhearted Rebel

namaste-handsWritten by Stephanie Lucas, Guest for Waking Times, November 8, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/pgspgeu

Regardless of culture, humans seem to have a universal need to greet one another upon meeting and parting. Bowing in Japan, hand-clapping variations in African countries, and saying hello and shaking hands or hugging in English cultures – are just a few of the most commonly known salutations. While customs and traditions vary, there does seem to one greeting that is becoming more popular worldwide – that of Namaste.

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