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All of the Devotees have left! :(

Jai Sri Sri Radha-Krsna!

I came into contact with Devotees about 2 years back, and my life changed a lot for the better. I started chanting, reading Prabhupada's books and the Bhagavad, I got really hungry for KC. Their association was very important, I didn't realize that until they all moved out of town! The last Devotee just left for India about a month ago.

I feel lost without them, haven't been chanting as much, haven't been offering as much. I've gotten off track and feel horrible. There are no more Devotees around me and I am backsliding. I'm sure all of your know how important association with Devotees is. Their presence, knowledge, and encouragement meant so much and strengthened my practice. How can I keep from falling backward when I feel so lost?

God Consciousness

Arjuna's famous last words when the two great armies met; Don't quote me but basically as a warrior class deciple, Arjuna questioned the multi-formed one about the morality of killing ones neighbors in senseless battle. Our Lord reminded Arjuna of his role in life given his position. One must be oneself!
Om Tat Sat
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

You have practically three

You have practically three options:
- to make your friends or other people into devotees (depending on your advancement)
- move closer to devotees
- associate online
Pray to the Lord to help you.

Hari Hari
ys Jan