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"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.'"

If Krishna were to act now just as He did in former times, coming with bow or sword or ax to destroy the asuras, we would all be liable to His chastisement.

"Since they have taken to Krishna consciousness, their health has improved, and by following the rules and regulations, their bodily luster has increased. . ."

If you ask them, “How are you?” they will respond, “I am so glad you asked! I have a headache, stomachache, and a pain in my leg. I need a raise and my son is giving me such problems.”

When her son joined the Hare Krishna movement, she didn't make any judgments without finding out for herself what it was all about.

"Looking lovingly at me, he said, 'Don't talk l-e-a-v-e, but talk l-i-v-e.' Inconceivably, he seemed to address my soul directly."

"As long as you think you're made of flesh and blood, then you'll think the Deity is made of one metal or another."

"I couldn't accept that I would be an engineer for the rest of my life, settle down, lead a steady life, grow old. I was bored. What was the point?"