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Devotee Association

Spiritual perfection ultimately doesn’t depend on what you know; it depends on Who you know. Great scholars often miss this point. We're known by the company we keep, and keeping company with Krishna devotees can help us catch their enthusiasm.

Hear testimonials from devotees of Krishna on what attracted them to spiritual life in the first place. Discover the benefits of associating with determined spiritual practitioners.

More:

  • Finding Spiritual Friends—What ares some benefits of associating with spiritually-minded persons? It can help you improve your spiritual "game."
  • The Importance of Association—Some references illustrating the importance of like-minded association for anyone interested in Krishna consciousness.

Still More:

"I couldn't accept that I would be an engineer for the rest of my life, settle down, lead a steady life, grow old. I was bored. What was the point?"

"As long as you think you're made of flesh and blood, then you'll think the Deity is made of one metal or another."

"I then asked. 'How do they get in touch with God if they don't smoke marijuana?'"

To gain fame and recognition, he wanted to become a pop music star. But he thought his ultimate perfection would come by merging into the "Supreme Oneness."

". . .despite my growing appreciation of Hindu culture, I wince whenever I hear someone refer to Lord Krishna as “a Hindu god. . .”

Troubled by her sons’ “extreme” commitment to Krishna, a mother discovers ISKCON’s true importance when she's diagnosed with cancer.