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  • Karnamrita.das's picture
    Posted: 2 years 39 weeks ago
    One of the original and great motivational speakers in the United States, and the father of “positive thinking,” was Rev. Norman Vincent Peale. He tells many interesting and instructive stories concerning his responses to people who approached him for help and spiritual counseling. One person in particular he recalled so poured his heart out complaining about the countless problems he seemed to always encounter, that Norman considered he needed a profound teaching example. The man expressed...
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    Posted: 2 years 39 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
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    Posted: 2 years 39 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    My dear wonderful old friend Nrsimhadeva left the stage last night, and moved on to something even bigger and better. Thanks Nrsimha for your decades of selfless service, your superb company, and your memorable man hugs. titiksava karunika suhrida sarva-dehinam, ajata-satrava santa sadhava sadhu-bhusanah. "He who is tolerant, compassionate, a friend of all and enemy of none; he remains engrossed in the thought of Krishna and remains verily a man of highest character, a sadhu." (Srimad...
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    Posted: 2 years 39 weeks ago
    (this blog is recorded on the full page: quick time player needed) I It’s the basics revisited I write about it often spiritual life 101—yet again I know the theory by heart!: “We are spiritual beings covered by body/mind.” Oh, it seems old news I am such a mature devotee. Though truth be told realization is difficult a long education process of trial and error repeatedly, naked truth of embodiment the laboratory of life hearing it frequently thinking it over carefully. Chanting and...
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    Posted: 2 years 39 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    I always think that my old friend Akhandadhi does a very good job on the BBC Radio 4 slot ‘Thought for the Day.’ It’s only 2 minutes and 43 seconds but it can be very tricky to say what you want to say in that time. And then there’s the difficulty of getting to the BBC studio by 7.30 in the morning. But there’s around 4 million people listening so its worth it. Akhandadhi has recently done a piece on Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, and here is his piece this morning, about...
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