Children will be childish, but parents don’t have to be childish
Nov23

Children will be childish, but parents don’t have to be childish

Children are temperamental, mischievous, rash. They may want to stick their neck out of a car, but their parents are meant…

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Don’t just restrain the mind – retrain it
Sep05

Don’t just restrain the mind – retrain it

Suppose a horse-rider finds their horse going off in dangerous directions. They will have to restrain it, and restrain …

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Nothing distracts us as much as we ourselves
May10

Nothing distracts us as much as we ourselves

We live in a culture of mass distraction. Worldly things around us try to catch our eye in myriad ways. And with us lie devices…

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When your mental expressway gets overcrowded, direct your thought traffic with your intelligence
Apr05

When your mental expressway gets overcrowded, direct your thought traffic with your intelligence

Suppose we are caught in a traffic jam on an expressway. We honk and maneuver, but make little progress. But instead of staying…

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Observe your mental neighborhood just as you would observe your physical neighborhood
Mar28

Observe your mental neighborhood just as you would observe your physical neighborhood

Suppose in a new neighborhood, we glance at a passerby with interest. They invite us to a hotel for a chat, and we go along. …

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Gita 06.26 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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