Why the prototype of all material pleasure never quite lives up to its promises of happiness.
Some fortunate Western philosophers' discoveries remind us of natural laws which the Bhagavad-gita had already completely explained.
A devotee accepts Krishna as the greatest Friend, and any awkward or difficult situation as Krishna’s kindness—meant to bring about some ultimate good.
Anyone who truly understands karma becomes truly sympathetic and never tires of helping others get free from suffering.
God can be seen, but, as in “seeing” the atom, we must be trained to interpret the relevant data.
People often ask us, “Can you prove the existence of God?”
"What about the “stories” Vyasadeva wrote? Was there really a boy named Krishna who lifted mountains and killed monsters?"
"Suddenly the train begins screeching a halt. 'Your stop,' the conductor says. I protest, 'But—but—I don’t want to get off here. I’m going to …'”
"The back tire on our minivan shredded and flew off. The car went out of control and after flipping over several times, landed upside down. . ."
"In a slaughterhouse many animals are brought together expressly to be killed. So this whole material world is a slaughterhouse."
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