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  • Karnamrita.das's picture
    Posted: 5 years 45 weeks ago
    I think respect is really a way of life—a consciousness of the sacredness of all life and in fact everything that exists as it relates to God. In how I see the word, it is what Krishna consciousness is all about. We are learning to respect and honor God—Radha Krishna, Gaura-Nityananda and all their expansions and devotees—great teachers or gurus, devotees in general, but in fact all living beings and everything that exists. Although honor is not given as a synonym for respect, to me it could be...
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    Posted: 5 years 46 weeks ago
    In some cases we are completely blinded by our shortcomings and why we seem to be attracting the same old stuff into our lives, or why we don't have friends, or money, or don't have a taste for our spiritual practices. Even though in our estimation certain things shouldn't be happening to us (of all people), there are reasons for everything, and the primary reason for our life situation is to be found by looking in the mirror. You may think you had terrible parents, poor upbringing and social...
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    Posted: 5 years 46 weeks ago
    The bottom line in applying various details (prayers chanted, ceremonies attended, stresses given at different times and stages) are the results of our practical spiritual life. Though we want to be motivated to please Krishna and his representatives there should be some result. Are we more enthusiastic and joyful to chant, read and engage in devotional service, or do we feel something lacking? We want to live our life in such a way that we feel absorbed in thought about and service to Krishna...
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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 5 years 47 weeks ago
    Photos taken at Barnes and Noble in the Staff recommended books section. NityānandaChandra's blog Add new comment 493 reads Comments Fri, 11/28/2008 - 08:47 — Go-Seva Where is this B&N? Haribol! Just wondering... That's unbelievable! delete edit reply Fri, 11/28/2008 - 08:48 — NityānandaChandra Near the Dallas/Fort Worth Near the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 5 years 47 weeks ago
    No I am not talking about Thanksgiving, Christmas, or even Hanukkah.    Every year during the months of October and November, particularly the Karttik Season our temple is inundated with guests who come for their college, high school, and church youth group projects.   For example in a 2 week period during that time I had spoken with over 200 students about the philosophy of Krishna Consciousness.   We find that this phenomena happens during the same time...
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