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Isn’t it arrogant to think that God—by definition, the greatest Person—has no eyes, mouth, hair, form, or love, when we have all these things?

Is God a formless force, or the supreme eternal person?

"Lord Jesus Christ never advised going for economic development, for industrial development. He sacrificed everything for God."

Personal jet packs, great! But is there anywhere really worth traveling to within the confines of a temporary, dangerous universe?

"Gradually, we shall introduce more and more of this Krishna culture, so that the devotees feel the richness and no need to go outside Krishna consciousness."

The Supreme Person is the supreme social being, and relationships with Him are supremely deep, interesting and satisfying.

If our capacity for relationships isn't fully realized in our relationship with the Supreme Being, how else can it be?

A glimpse into the variety of relationships anyone can have with Krishna.

" . . .the body is different from the soul, and when you come to the consciousness of not possessing your body, then there is no trouble."

The musk deer runs wildly about, madly looking everywhere for the intense scent. Everywhere, that is, except within himself.

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