At last weekends couple's retreat in South Africa my wife and I gave couples different tools to help their marriages, and also different ways of thinking about themselves and their problems. One of my topics was family or couple's prayer. The subject of prayers groups I feel "passionately" about—i.e, strongly, intensely--since I have first hand experience of its power. Here is one way to think about prayer which might help you see it differently.
Last Thursday I hosted about 10 students from TCU who were taking a course by the name of “The Many Faces of Krishna”
Attracted by the Mayapurian hospitality of the New Orleans devotees, hundreds of devotees of various towns today have taken their journey to the Bayou. Several months ago I was given an invitation to attend. The invite was as follows, “The first 100 devotees who register will be given a free hotel room.” However I think they have lifted that 100 family limit and now are making arrangements for whoever else may come to town.
Imagine that right now you stand before a door, appearing like a book cover. You have to decide whether to enter or not, which takes desire, resolve and commitment. Once inside you can discover the general spiritual mission for your life by reading these words. If you pray feelingly with urgency to the Lord of the Universe who is the source of everything including your very self and existence, you will gain the necessary power to be attracted to this most sacred and fulfilling task. Take a risk and trust the Highest and Supreme Power by opening your heart and being receptive to understand the most secret of all secrets.
TEXAS FAITH 20: How can religious leaders keep Fort Hood incident from creating fear, tension and misunderstanding?
Dallas Morning News,
Each week we will post a question to a panel of about two dozen clergy, laity and theologians, all of whom are based in Texas or are from Texas. They will chime in with their responses to the question of the week. And you, readers, will be able to respond to their answers through the comment box.
As I walk pass the yellow Lambhorghini and enter into the Barnes & Noble store the first thing I hear is, "Radha is dancing with Krishna...." It was Chinmayi, a devotee who won Miss India Texas.