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Why try to forget life’s hardships through mind-numbing diversions, when you can escape to the pleasure of reality?

When we view the world around us through the eyes of the scriptures, our understanding of it changes.

In this episode, Chaturatma Dasa speaks about the appearance of Sri Sri Radha Raman and of Srila Gopala Bhatta Goswami's worship of Them.

Chaturatma Dasa remembers some Vaishnava Saints who lived during our time and have recently passed away; Aindra Dasa and Vichitravirya Dasa.

—1) awaken our relationship with God, 2) take up activities in that relationship, and 3) enjoy the result of eternal love of God

In this episode of his video blog, Chaturatma Dasa describes wonderful pastimes of Srinivasa Acarya and Madhavendra Puri.

In this video Chaturatma Dasa speaks about Devananda Pandit, Shivananda Sena, and Vakreshvara Pandit.

But the most important person in this picture is the person you can’t see at all.

Scientists today have advanced greatly in material science, but ultimately what use is it to them at the time of death?

Chaturatma Das tells stories about Narottam Das Thakur in this show on Lives of the Vaishnava Saints.

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