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"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."

"I shakily scrambled down the side of the cliff, no longer seeing the beauty of the countryside, but thinking the world was cold and cruel."

“How do we treat the bereaved? By crossing the road and walking down the other side of the street.”

"Emergency treatment had countered the extreme dehydration, and the Ampecillin pumping into my vein from the marvelous machine seemed to be doing the job."

"The married man laments, 'Why did I marry? I could have remained free.' And he who is not married laments, 'Oh, why didn’t I accept a wife? I would have been happy.'”

"Before our time in this human body runs out—we must solve this most fundamental problem, the problem of repeated birth and death."

"Nobody can be an actual friend except Krishna and Krishna’s representative. Materialistic life means, 'I am your enemy, and you are my enemy.'"