Did Krishna recite the Bhagavad-gita as a representative for a higher impersonal truth? Or is He himself that truth?
If God is unlimited, why it is so difficult for people to think of Him as a person?
To say that the universe is God, is only a half- truth, since the material nature is one of God’s energies, not His personal self.
"There was a time in my own life also when my conceptions of God as a person proved inadequate."
Srila Prabhupada: The ignorant people can learn from the learned. If you have got this idea that the creator is impersonal, that means you are not learned; you have no knowledge. And this is the simple answer.
“Whoever was hearing my prayers needed to understand that I was looking for a complete understanding of the truth.”
What is the highest law of nature? A conversation with Srila Prabhupada reveals the answer to this question.
Being renounced doesn't necessarily mean giving up all possessions and responsibilities and going to the forest.
A scientific look at how the effects of time apply in different situations.
"Real knowledge is to understand, “In spite of all my so-called advancement of civilization, I am controlled.” That is the beginning of knowledge."
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