The most damaging consequence of indulgence is nonchalance towards indulgence
Sep03

The most damaging consequence of indulgence is nonchalance towards indulgence

Suppose a butcher’s child kills an animal for the first time. Initially, his hand and heart may tremble: “How can I kill?”…

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The enemy that is not recognized can’t be resisted
Mar03

The enemy that is not recognized can’t be resisted

During a war, a spy who penetrates into a defending army can wreak havoc from within, for the defenders won’t even know …

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To succumb to temptation is not just immoral – it is also irresponsible
Jan27

To succumb to temptation is not just immoral – it is also irresponsible

Suppose a pilot drinks, and drinks excessively, before flying a plane. Even if some people don’t consider drinking immoral,…

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Addictive desires feed themselves through us and then they starve us
Jan16

Addictive desires feed themselves through us and then they starve us

Suppose someone came to our house, ate our food, became strong, took over our house and started starving us. That would be…

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Gita 03.37 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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The biggest battle is not around us; it is inside us
Jul31

The biggest battle is not around us; it is inside us

We are often enmeshed in various battles around us – political battles in our countries, corporate battles in our offices,…

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