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Only By Bridging Science and Spirituality Will We Find True Joy and Meaning in Life

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In this episode of On the Go Show, Dr. Dragos talks to you from a Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan about why science and spirituality should not be separated. He says that science and spiritually are not opposed entities that try to claim ownership of the universal truth, but rather, they are different layers of awareness about this world. 

"I always wonder why cannot a scientist spend time in prayer at night?" he says. "In order for us to create a future of abundance, we have to embrace both aspects of who we really are. Truth and joy and meaning is only found at intersection at both of our minds and our hearts."

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