Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada.
I have a poem and a message to share with you. The poem is entitled the Nectar of the Lord's Names and following that are my thoughts connected with Krishna consciousness.
Now here is the poem:
You will win all life's battles if you keep the Lord's Names as your constant companion;
Actually, The Lord and His Names are identical, for we see, in the Gita, that Arjuna with Krishna as his charioteer and companion won even when faced with many an obstacle and battalion.
The nectar of Krishna's Names give you the soul power you need;
And the eternal creeper of love Godhead will grow in your heart if you use devout chanting of Krishna's Names to water its seed.
As you get attached to the Holy Name; you will lose any taste for material distractions and even name and fame.
Srila Prabhupada's ISKCON has given the whole world the gift of the vehicle of the Holy Name; for all to use to obtain our true aim.
To elucidate the depth and utter significance that ISKCON has impacted on me please read the message below:
Actually, the Maha Mantra is the most useful and sure vehicle to transfer us back to our true Home where we belong as pure spirit soul. So, of all our engagements-chanting the Maha Mantra is indeed the most positive and meaningful one. This is the message of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu which has been so nicely delivered to and incorporated into the international community by none other than Srila Prabhupada through the via medium of his wonderful Hare Krishna movement or ISKCON which has surely changed the world forever. There are centers to be found throughout the world. Srila Prabhupada in fact saved me and all human beings from the jaws of the greatest of dangers, namely, spiritual death.
Personally I have been to Vrindavana, India(Bharata Varsya) and my stay there is still firmly etched in my mind. I simply cannot forget the magnificent Deities of the Krishna-Balarama Mandir present at the ISKCON temple in Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg there.
I sincerely hope you enjoy my realisations and look forward to correspondence from readers.