We may have scars, but we don’t have to be scarred
Jul12

We may have scars, but we don’t have to be scarred

To have scars means to have some physical marks. To be scarred means to feel insecure and inferior because we let those marks…

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Gita 02.13 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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Information doesn’t have to be new to be helpful – it just has to be timely
Jan12

Information doesn’t have to be new to be helpful – it just has to be timely

We live in a culture where the new is incessantly glamorized – new gadgets, new fashions, new data, new news. But we don’t always need new information – what we need is timely access to the known. If students have prepared for an exam, they don’t need any new information at the time of the exam – they just need to recollect what they already know.

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To tap your potential, expand your awareness
Nov06

To tap your potential, expand your awareness

What we are aware of determines what we can do or can’t do. If we become aware that some attacker is sneaking in on us, we can…

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Strive for self-understanding, not self-esteem
Jun26

Strive for self-understanding, not self-esteem

As we live in a rabidly competitive society, we may feel that we lack self-esteem. Such feelings become aggravated when …

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Spirituality is not about suppressing grief – it is about transcending grief
Mar18

Spirituality is not about suppressing grief – it is about transcending grief

The Bhagavad-gita (02.13) states that the spiritually enlightened are not bewildered by death. Does this mean that spiritualists…

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