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We are not the body, but an eternal spiritual being. We possess God's qualities to a finite degree and we have an eternal relationship with Krishna.

Hot off the editing table, become inspired by these realizations and recaps from the New Vrindavan 24 Hour Kirtan Festival 2008.

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People sometimes confuse humility with low self-esteem, thus viewing it as an inferior quality. Our Krishna-conscious tradition, however, exalts humility as among the greatest qualities.

The Supreme Being comes to earth many times and in many forms. India’s ancient scriptures bring us startling news about these momentous events.

“This book is all about meditation, and it was the most amazing meditation for me,” Nitya-tripta says.

Today's pop atheists deliver a strong blow to fundamentalist Christianity. But could Krishna consciousness unveil the irony inherent in their own pithy statements?

Karnamrita dasa explains how feeling lost is a case of mistaken identity.

"Though my love for Krishna is covered and pervertedly displayed in fleshy illusions, at times like these storms, he gets my attention."

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