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If this world is like a prison, what does that say about the caliber of its residents?

Happiness—We want it. We pursue it. But how do we get it? Why does it so often seem to pass us by?

In this one minute clip, Srila Prabhupada's wonderful Vaishnava quality of humor is clearly exhibited.

What makes us different from other animals—the opposable thumb? the ability to reason? Is there any real advantage to having a human body?

Srila Prabhupada challenges popular assumptions about "gurus," and explains the position of a bonafide spiritual master.

In this video, Srila Prabhupada describes how human intelligence can be used properly.

In this video excerpt, Srila Prabhupada describes the differences between current and past governments.

Srila Prabhupada encourages us (over the shouts of a nearby martial arts school) to make the best use of our valuable human life.

Srila Prabhupada describes and differentiates between the personal and impersonal aspects of Sri Krishna and of the spirit soul.

A reporter once asked Srila Prabhupada about the purpose of life. His quick reply: “The purpose of life is to enjoy.”

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