Our purpose is to serve the Name, not to make a name
Oct08

Our purpose is to serve the Name, not to make a name

In life, what we do is important, but why we do it is equally, if not more, important. Intention is critical in religious activities,…

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The purpose of religion is not cosmetic, but cosmic
Sep24

The purpose of religion is not cosmetic, but cosmic

Many people practice religion for cosmetic purposes – they want to look good in society’s eyes. They may visit temples…

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Arrogance perverts the wings that free into nets that bind
Mar22

Arrogance perverts the wings that free into nets that bind

As spiritual practitioners, we are like baby birds developing wings – wings that will help raise our...

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Is our religion a sanctuary for the soul or a gymnasium for the ego?

“My home altar is more elegant than that of others.” “I pronounce verses more accurately than others.”…

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All bluff, no stuff; that’s enough
Jan13

All bluff, no stuff; that’s enough

The Bhagavad-gita (16.17) describes the godless to be self-complacent and impudent (atma-sambhavitahstabdah). They…

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