Showing others how they are wrong is not compassion, seeing how they can help themselves become more right is
Jan28

Showing others how they are wrong is not compassion, seeing how they can help themselves become more right is

If we see someone in trouble, we may naturally want to help them. And if they are in trouble because of something that they …

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If an ideal inspires more regret than reform, an intermediate ideal is required
Sep29

If an ideal inspires more regret than reform, an intermediate ideal is required

Suppose a hospital gym has weights so heavy that they can’t even be budged by those patients who need to exercise. Such …

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Know when to give others space and when to give them pace
Aug19

Know when to give others space and when to give them pace

If someone intrudes into our personal physical space by coming too close to us, we feel uncomfortable. We similarly feel…

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Wrong philosophy may not obstruct people spiritually as much as our calling their philosophy wrong
Jun17

Wrong philosophy may not obstruct people spiritually as much as our calling their philosophy wrong

Suppose we encounter people who follow some philosophy in which we can find many holes. We may be tempted to call their philosophy…

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Make judgments, but don’t be judgmental
Mar08

Make judgments, but don’t be judgmental

When doing anything responsible, we need to make judgments: we need to evaluate who is suitable for doing what and who isn’t.…

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Gita 03.26 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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