Unconditional love doesn’t mean that whatever we do is loved; it means that whatever we do, we are loved
Oct01

Unconditional love doesn’t mean that whatever we do is loved; it means that whatever we do, we are loved

Some people say, “If God loves us unconditionally, he should let us do whatever we want. But in the Bhagavad-gita, he asks…

Read More
Seek not just spiritual expression – seek a spiritual expressway
Dec14

Seek not just spiritual expression – seek a spiritual expressway

The word ‘spirit’ sometimes signifies a person’s driving essence, as in “he has an untiring spirit.” When we…

Read More
Focus not on letting go of things – focus on taking hold of your thoughts
Jun10

Focus not on letting go of things – focus on taking hold of your thoughts

In spiritual life, we are often exhorted to let go of things. However, we viscerally resist because we feel as if we are losing…

Read More
Bhakti is not a rejection of human values, but a progression above them
Nov21

Bhakti is not a rejection of human values, but a progression above them

The Bhagavad-gita (18.66) asks us to give up all dharma, which contextually means ordinary conceptions of right and wrong,…

Read More
The Gita doesn’t reject dharma, but raises dharma to its summit
Nov07

The Gita doesn’t reject dharma, but raises dharma to its summit

The Bhagavad-gita’s concluding call (18.66: Give up all dharma) often perplexes people. They ask, “Why does the Gita,…

Read More
Focus not on freedom — focus on love
May12

Focus not on freedom — focus on love

Today’s culture often enthrones freedom as the highest good, as an absolutely inviolable tenet. Undoubtedly, freedom…

Read More
Page 1 of 41234