Happiness is not a product of gratification, it is a byproduct of dedication
Dec19

Happiness is not a product of gratification, it is a byproduct of dedication

We all long for happiness. Today’s culture declares that we can become happy by gratifying our senses. The more gratification…

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What we initially indulge in casually, we eventually indulge in compulsively
Dec14

What we initially indulge in casually, we eventually indulge in compulsively

When contemporary culture tempts us with addictive indulgences such as drinking, it often offers a common rationalization,…

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Sensuality erodes both our tendency and our capacity for spirituality
Sep08

Sensuality erodes both our tendency and our capacity for spirituality

If we are to travel from place A to place B, we need the tendency and the capacity to make the journey. Tendency refers to the…

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Krishna is not a passive point of concentration – he is the proactive fount of compassion
Feb01

Krishna is not a passive point of concentration – he is the proactive fount of compassion

Yogis begin their meditation by using various objects as initial points of concentration. The Bhagavad-gita mentions…

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Devotion defangs and domesticates our desires
Jan05

Devotion defangs and domesticates our desires

Desires are often thought of as enemies for seekers because they entangle us in material things. The Bhagavad-gita (13.22)…

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