Opinions are like onions – know when they need to be sealed and when peeled
Nov05

Opinions are like onions – know when they need to be sealed and when peeled

When we have some opinion, we may hold on to that opinion irrationally, even if it exasperates those around us. We can understand…

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Gita 02.06 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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Resist the temptation of confusion
Jun28

Resist the temptation of confusion

Sometimes life’s challenges leave us confused. Devotee-seekers may face such confusion when deciding, say, which …

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Accepting responsibility begins with accepting responsibility for irresponsibility

Suppose a drunken person drives a car and is caught for driving drunk. Intoxication can make some drunkards so irresponsible…

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Our problems introduce us to ourselves

Problems.  We often dread them. We feel that we already have enough of them. And yet life keeps piling more. In and of…

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Stop serving God as an advisor
Dec08

Stop serving God as an advisor

Everyone wants to serve God, but as an advisor. This is true even, and especially, for atheists; their normally non-existent…

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