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“Then Advaita Prabhu thought, ‘I have to make a plan so I can prove Mahaprabhu’s superiority in relation to myself.'”
By Srila B.R. Sridhara Deva Goswami , from The Search for Sri Krishna: Reality the Beautiful.
In his book, Saranagati, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur has explained the Namastakam, eight prayers in glorification of the holy name, written …
Lost is the once common-sense notion that philosophers are seeking the good life — that we ought to be (in spite of our failings) model citizens and human beings.
When I tell my students about Brother at the monastery in Iowa they listen. They nod their heads in affirmation. “That’s real,” says one.
Sri Caitanya flowed beautifully yet unapproachably like a great waterfall of love of Godhead. Sri Jiva made a lake out of his ecstasy in the form of Sat-sandarbha
Sincerity is most attractive in love. Call out to Krishna, call out to Gaura Nitai—they are an ocean of mercy.
“At that time so many disciples from outside flocked together, all pale and weeping, the entire small area was filled with crying, weeping.” — B. R. Sridhara Deva Goswami
Our sincerity and faith will catch the Lord’s attention and smooth out any bumps in the road that arise due to our imperfections as we gradually progress. We need only to remain steadfast in our pursuit of Krishna.
The question of the great states of being, self and soul, is in danger of dropping off the map of human inquiry.
A poem by Tadiya dasi.
When we overlook hedonic normalization we tend to significantly overstate the extent to which technological progress will boost the happiness of future people.