To know people’s backgrounds means to know what’s on their back and what’s under their ground
Jul04

To know people’s backgrounds means to know what’s on their back and what’s under their ground

If we see someone walking with drooped shoulders, we might judge them as lethargic – till we notice that they are carrying…

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The most dangerous jumping is jumping to conclusions
Feb05

The most dangerous jumping is jumping to conclusions

Jumping can be dangerous if we jump too far and fall twisted, injuring ourselves, or fall on someone, injuring them. While…

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Replacing addiction to sinfulness with addiction to self-righteousness is not progress
Sep17

Replacing addiction to sinfulness with addiction to self-righteousness is not progress

When we start practicing bhakti, we often experience amazing transformation – even without much effort on our part, …

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Give others as much benefit of doubt as we give to ourselves
Jul22

Give others as much benefit of doubt as we give to ourselves

If we oversleep, we often justify, “I was tired.” But if someone we don’t like oversleeps, we label them as “lazy.”…

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Those who obsess over what is wrong overlook what is right
May08

Those who obsess over what is wrong overlook what is right

Some people are industrious faultfinders. Whoever they are with, they zero in on the faults of that person. Such people …

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The Gita is not an exhortation to war; it is an exposition on dharma
Apr03

The Gita is not an exhortation to war; it is an exposition on dharma

Some people feel alarmed by the Bhagavad-gita’s battlefield setting, especially in today’s world where many rationalize…

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