Our inner vulnerability increases our outer vulnerability
Dec31

Our inner vulnerability increases our outer vulnerability

Suppose an army guarding a fort has some potential turncoats who may covertly open the fort gates for aggressors. The army’s…

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Gita 03.40 explained

Link to purport by A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada Transcript of Bhakti-Shastri class on this verse by Chaitanya…

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Focus not on where the inner voice is coming from, but on where it is taking
Oct17

Focus not on where the inner voice is coming from, but on where it is taking

We often hear different voices within us. Some voices prompt us to act foolishly, some to act wisely, some to actions in between.…

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Don’t let hindsight hinder foresight
Apr10

Don’t let hindsight hinder foresight

Hindsight refers to the lessons we learn from life; it emerges from our reflectiveness to evaluate what we did and what we…

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Lust doesn’t need a hideout – it has a hide-in
Sep30

Lust doesn’t need a hideout – it has a hide-in

When soldiers near their target, they often look for a hideout. But if those soldiers have already penetrated into the enemy…

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Let intelligence be the inspector of impulse, not its incubator
Sep20

Let intelligence be the inspector of impulse, not its incubator

In a cricket match, a well-set batsman sometimes hits a rash shot and gets out, triggering a collapse that causes the team…

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