A: I would approach it in a different way. If someone desires to love God, he will naturally seek the association of others who also desire to love God. You develop compassion, as your love of God is developing, because you want to love others. When we reach the stage you want to help other people, you naturally organize. Ultimately to love God, you just have to love God. It is not some commandment is coming down from the sky, “Thou shalt join an institution.” “The community of the wise, is the welfare of the world.” For me it is just a practical thing, we have to organize.
Sri Sri Chhota Radha Kalachandji back in Dallas after 30 years http://bit.ly/9kFT1Y[01:50:06]
A few weeks ago we had a wonderful time due the visit of His Holiness Gunagrahi Goswami.
Maharaja kindly agreed to speak at the monthly Bhagavatam chapter study program. It is a study that we started a year ago and will probably take 28 years to finish being that there are over 300 chapters in the Srimad Bhagavatam.
TEXAS FAITH 26: Should the feds pursue illegal immigrants or the businesses that hire them? Or neither?
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.
Mother Sarasvati after years of research studied various venues of approaching the public with spiritual culture.
“We need something that simply attracts the heart, and what is more attractive that a cute little miniature pygmy goat”
Radhika’s second talk, Head, Heart & Hands: what the Gita calls Jnana (knowledge) Karma (action) and Bhakti (devotion)http://bit.ly/b0wvGT[18:38:59]