Learning by doubting is like driving by braking
Dec31

Learning by doubting is like driving by braking

Suppose we are learning to drive a car and suddenly find it veering off course. We will promptly brake and avert any danger. But if that one near-accident makes us paranoid and we refuse to take our foot off the brake, we will never get anywhere.

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To lose one’s reason is bad, but to lose everything except one’s reason is far worse
Oct26

To lose one’s reason is bad, but to lose everything except one’s reason is far worse

Our reason, our rational faculty, is vital for keeping us intelligently regulated and purposefully directed in life. …

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Get out of the drought of doubt
Jul04

Get out of the drought of doubt

Doubt is a dangerous obstacle on the devotional path. In a heart scorched by doubt, the nectar of devotion gets evaporated…

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Rejection of all faith as blind faith is blind faith
Nov27

Rejection of all faith as blind faith is blind faith

Skeptics often deride all faith as blind faith – they hold that only by skepticism can one avoid being misled by false belief…

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Choosing doubt as the means for knowing is like choosing immobility as the means for traveling
Feb07

Choosing doubt as the means for knowing is like choosing immobility as the means for traveling

Some contemporary intellectuals are proud of their skepticism. They delight in their capacity to doubt and discredit...

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If let cynicism rob our power to trust Krishna, we rob ourselves of our greatest power
Jul03

If let cynicism rob our power to trust Krishna, we rob ourselves of our greatest power

We live in an age where it is easy to be cynical. Unscrupulous forces out to fleece us abound in every field. In our everyday…

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