If we don’t ask “What am I doing?” we will end up asking “What have I done?”
Jul08

If we don’t ask “What am I doing?” we will end up asking “What have I done?”

While driving, if we don’t conscientiously keep the car on track, it will by default go off track. And we may find ourselves…

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When the mind is fast, the intelligence needs to be faster
Jun29

When the mind is fast, the intelligence needs to be faster

Our mind can act extremely fast – within moments, it can take our thoughts from one direction to an entirely opposite direction.…

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We may be distracted, but we don’t have to be disheartened
Apr11

We may be distracted, but we don’t have to be disheartened

When we try to focus on purposeful service to Krishna, our mind frequently distracts us. On being distracted repeatedly,…

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Unsolicited distraction may be unavoidable, but intentional inattention isn’t
Jul19

Unsolicited distraction may be unavoidable, but intentional inattention isn’t

While doing things that require concentration, we are sometimes interrupted by unsolicited distractions. For example,…

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Control the mind before it controls you
Jul08

Control the mind before it controls you

Suppose a horse-rider becomes inattentive about controlling the horse. If the horse gets attracted by some fruit on the…

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Set it and forget it approach won’t work because the mind will reset it
May03

Set it and forget it approach won’t work because the mind will reset it

Suppose in our home we have a fire alarm that can be set to go off whenever any danger signs arise. Some devices are advertised…

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