The inconsiderate can be as injurious as the incorrect
Mar10

The inconsiderate can be as injurious as the incorrect

A doctor who prescribes incorrectly hurts the patient. But so does a doctor who prescribes inconsiderately, who doesn’t…

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Our words should open people’s hearts, not close them
Aug26

Our words should open people’s hearts, not close them

Suppose a surgeon operates without considering the patient’s weak heart, and the surgery leads to a fatal complication.…

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Break people’s misconceptions – don’t break people
May09

Break people’s misconceptions – don’t break people

The Bhagavad-gita concludes by urging us to share its message of love with others (18.68-69). Sometimes, we misconstrue…

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Spiritual success depends on stamina, not speed
Nov17

Spiritual success depends on stamina, not speed

In a sprint, speed determines success, whereas in a marathon, stamina determines success. Spiritual growth is a marathon,…

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Don’t be so concerned about others’ future destination as to be cut off from their present emotion
Feb01

Don’t be so concerned about others’ future destination as to be cut off from their present emotion

A great danger for those following the right spiritual path is a sense of self-righteousness – the pride that we know the…

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Might we be burning the very bridge that we want others to cross?

When we practice devotional service and realize its transformational benefits, we naturally feel inspired to share our…

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