Focusing only on suffering’s immediate cause makes us short-sighted, focusing only on suffering’s remote cause makes us hard-hearted
Mar24

Focusing only on suffering’s immediate cause makes us short-sighted, focusing only on suffering’s remote cause makes us hard-hearted

Suppose someone falls sick because of being infected by a virus. While the virus is the immediate cause of their suffering,…

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To get the consequences of our wrongdoings may feel like misfortune, but it can save us from misfortune
Feb22

To get the consequences of our wrongdoings may feel like misfortune, but it can save us from misfortune

Suppose someone gambles for the first time. If they lose, they will consider it a misfortune. Actually however, it can save…

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Karma is not like a mysterious contagious disease – it is logical, not diabolical
May25

Karma is not like a mysterious contagious disease – it is logical, not diabolical

When we understand the principle of karma – of how we are accountable for our actions – we become cautious to avoid wrong…

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Gita 04.17 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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We need Krishna’s experience more than Krishna’s explanation
May09

We need Krishna’s experience more than Krishna’s explanation

Krishna’s experience refers to our experience of the peace and bliss that comes when we connect with Krishna and relish…

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Should we be happy when we are happy?

When we are materially happy, we are exhausting our past stock of good karma – something similar to depleting the …

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