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  • ISKCON Prison Ministry's picture
    Posted: 25 weeks 2 days ago
    Author: Bhakti-lata Dasi
    For many years I have wondered why it is so difficult to find devotees who are inspired to not only correspond with inmates but to do so steadily as well. It’s been quite a bottleneck since there are far more inmates who write than there are volunteers to reply to them. It seems that often the devotees who volunteer with IPM have an unrealistic, romantic view of what this service is and they get discouraged when reality turns out to be different. I am wondering if, in some way...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 25 weeks 2 days ago
    After being inspired with a free verse poem as a way to check in with myself and my readers, I saw that it was very similar to a blog I wrote last year, so I am including it here. My intention, in addition to introspection and self-examination, is to encourage you in your own process of personal and spiritual growth. My prayer is to help you be a balanced human being and steady bhakti practitioner with the greatest likelihood of progress in serving and loving Krishna. Writing as Life and...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 28 weeks 6 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    (this blog is recorded on the full page: quick time player is needed; works best with Firefox or Explorer; if you are using Google Chrome it will automatically play, so if you don't want to listen, mute your speakers.) [republished from 2014-05-04] While the experience that prompted this free verse poem wasn’t planned, it was welcome, and seen as an occasion for reflection. Association with saints is desirable for developing good qualities, and yet being with people in general can also foster...
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  • Jan@VEDA's picture
    Posted: 29 weeks 4 days ago
    Sri Narada asks: "What are the 32 forests of Vrndavana? I wish to hear of them. O Lord, if you think I am worthy to hear, please tell me of them." To this question Lord Krsna gave the following reply: "This place named Vrndavana is My transcendental abode. When they die, the humans, cows, animals, birds, insects, and worms who live here will go to My eternal abode. "The gopis who live here eternally devoted to My service." "The forty miles of Vrndavana forest is My own transcendental form. The...
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  • Karnamrita's picture
    Posted: 30 weeks 4 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    The Currents of Life, Part 1 and 2 (reposted from FB on April 16th, 2013) Part 1: Have you noticed the invisible currents of life? My experience currently, (using this as an excuse for my not writing for a few weeks), and upon reflection on past events, is that sometimes it is apparent that I seem to be swept along, lifted up as it were, beyond my will into the air of destiny, on some already decided course, which it is best if I accept, and not fight. I have come to see that our free will and...
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