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Even if we win the rat race, we still remain rats

Our materialistic society sets before us worldly goals such as sensations, relations, positions or possessions....


Fate is not a matter of faith, but our faith matters in determining our fate

The word fate connotes a trans-human shaper of results (Why is fate against me?) as well as the future that will result...


Closeness unites more than oneness

When two people share many common interests and deep mutual understanding, they often say, “We are close to each...


The fickle mind makes the immovable soul move all over the universe

The Bhagavad-gita (02.24) states that the soul is immoveable. And yet the same Gita states later (14.18) that the soul...


To see the big picture, ask the big questions

When life’s problems start overwhelming us, seeing the big picture can help us put first things first. However, we...


A timely pull can save us from a deadly fall

Suppose a horse carrying a rider spots a juicy vegetable in the rocky terrain alongside the road. If the rider is not...


We make our faith and then our faith makes us

People are often classified as faithful or faithless. But even the faithless are faithful – faithful to their...


Don’t change the foot because the shoe doesn’t fit

Suppose a child gets infatuated with a shoe that is available only in adult size. When shown a shoe that fits, the child...


Krishna is our director – and our redirector

In a play, the actors are visible on the stage; the director isn’t. Yet the invisible director directs the visible...


Learn to use the mind’s laziness for spiritual growth

Our mind often chooses the path of least resistance. This tendency impedes us whenever we need to do something...


Fanaticism is caused not by excessive devotion, but by inadequate devotion

When some religious people try to convert everyone to their faith, others get put off. They feel, “These guys are...


Desires go away not by gratification or repression but by purification

Desires that we know are undesirable sometimes impel us. If repeatedly impelled, we may feel, “Let me just indulge...


The value of what we drive doesn’t matter as much as the values that drive us

We live in a materialistic culture that determines our stature by externals such as the cars we drive, the clothes we...