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You can know you're on the path of improvement when you can consistently look back at the previous year and say, "What was I thinking? What was I doing?"

With so many things competing for our attention, how does a person become interested enough in anything - especially a spiritual pursuit - to really follow it?

How one person found a key ingredient he felt had been missing from anything else he'd ever read on the subject of spirituality.

Krishna means "attractive force" and that everything that attracts us is but a glimpse of one of Krishna's many powers.

How someone who's built their life around chanting the Hare Krishna mantra first became inspired to take up that process.

Most people didn't have very much interesting to talk about, compared to Hare Krishna devotees.

This radio drama about profit and loss by Phani Bhusan Dasa (aka Mr.Das) features voice characterizations and musical effects.

"Why you are producing iron stools and instruments and motors and tires and collecting petrol far away from Arabia? Krishna never says, 'You do all this nonsense.' He said, 'Grow food grains.'"

Srila Prabhupada confirmed to all of us that "everyone should follow the example of Jayananda."

Earth Day meditation based on the Vedic conclusion that all of God's creation is sacred and should be cared for and respected.