The mind is omnivorous – it devours whatever is present and feels pleasant
Feb16

The mind is omnivorous – it devours whatever is present and feels pleasant

 Omnivorous creatures are indiscriminate in their eating; they consume whatever is available and feels pleasurable.…

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For the incautious, the dangerous becomes disastrous
Dec20

For the incautious, the dangerous becomes disastrous

Suppose we are driving along a dangerous road. If we are careless and let ourselves become distracted by an incoming phone…

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One drink is one too many
Dec03

One drink is one too many

When recovering alcoholics have stayed sober for some time, they may feel tempted: “Let me take just one drink – what…

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Gita 02.67 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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What begins as titillation can end as tribulation
Jul29

What begins as titillation can end as tribulation

We may sometimes titillate ourselves by, say, watching scenes depicting immoral indulgences. And we may rationalize …

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Those who put themselves in a storm’s way are swept away
Jul24

Those who put themselves in a storm’s way are swept away

Suppose, while driving, we hear a radio warning that a storm is going to sweep across the road ahead. We would prudently delay…

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