*Corresponding author:Vijay K Arora, V3International, 1896 Pioneer Circle, Lafayette, CO, Chicago, USA
Received: February 28, 2018; Published: March 13, 2018
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The American Dream originated from the Columbus discovery of the New World whose original inhabitants he affectionately called Indians as he was looking for Greater India and its vast cultural heritage and aromatic herbs to spice the soul. The connection of the Aryan culture in the Sindh valley of the ancient India, from where the concept of soul originated, is brought live in concert with an article retiled “We Are All Sindhus Now,” with substitution Sindhu in place of Hindu, published in Newsweek edition of August 31, 2009. The biology/sociology of world habitat originating from central Asia (perhaps the present day Iran/Iraq) is revealed as the origins of the United States of America (USA) becoming the most powerful nation in the World. The concept of soul, as arising from the bio rhythms of human existence, is analyzed in this paper to give credence to three levels of human existence: gross, subtle and causal body. The soul is the subtle body where all emotions and values reside. A universal secular spirit, the Atma (consciousness), residing in each human being, is the causal body that has to be revered and identified. The concept of soul is highlighted to support secularism and the spirit of human existence that has no color, creed, race or national origin. The recognition of these facts has created wellness in the secular environments of the American Dream as Sindhu beliefs are elaborated on and propagated. The review concludes with the USA claimed as the ideal country in which to advance the concept of soul for the benefit of the humanity, enriched by the ideals of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness as contained in the Declaration of Independence. Mindfulness as advocated in America is discovery of thoughtfulness of our actions, conceived or undertaken. A recipe in following these principles in personal and professional life is given.
Keywords: Soul of Education; American Dream; Indian Dream; Human Development; Spiritual; Renewal; Avatar; Vision; Dharma; Serendipity; Secularism