Spiritual growth requires rising from “either-or” thinking to “and” thinking
Apr03

Spiritual growth requires rising from “either-or” thinking to “and” thinking

While driving through a fork, we have to choose one of the two roads. We often superimpose this materially useful either-or…

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The logic of the finite doesn’t limit the infinite
Jul24

The logic of the finite doesn’t limit the infinite

God’s infinitude makes comprehending him difficult for us finite beings, especially when we analyze him using the sense…

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Krishna underlies and oversees, pervades and transcends, cherishes and releases
Nov14

Krishna underlies and oversees, pervades and transcends, cherishes and releases

The human mind has conceived of the Absolute Truth in different ways in various traditions. Further, in the world’s great…

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Krishna’s glory is inconceivable yet relishable
Apr05

Krishna’s glory is inconceivable yet relishable

The Bhagavad-gita’s ninth chapter makes two seemingly self-contradictory assertions. First, it states (09.04…

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