The God we grasp is different from the God who grasps us
Jan29

The God we grasp is different from the God who grasps us

The God we grasp refers to how we understand God: the conception of God we have acquired, be it by conscious contemplation…

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Culture is meant to channel our curiosity constructively, not destructively
Jun03

Culture is meant to channel our curiosity constructively, not destructively

To be curious is natural for us as conscious beings. Where we direct our curiosity is largely shaped by our culture; what …

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God’s presence is his greatest present
Dec28

God’s presence is his greatest present

We often pray to God for things that are beyond our power to get. By pleasing him, we hope to receive those things as his presents. The Bhagavad-gita (07.16) appreciates such an attitude as pious; those lacking in piety often go, when distressed, to myriad things other than God.

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Direct your curiosity radar towards Krishna
Feb28

Direct your curiosity radar towards Krishna

Curiosity is natural to us as conscious beings. We all could be said to have a radar that zooms in on the things that we are curious…

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We can’t become pure devotees without becoming devotees
Jun15

We can’t become pure devotees without becoming devotees

When we hear how pure devotees don’t ask Krishna for anything material, we may aspire for similar selfless love. While…

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Be spiritually curious – and become spiritually serious
Mar03

Be spiritually curious – and become spiritually serious

Curiosity is natural for us. Usually, we are curious about material things such as sports, movies, prices and politics.…

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