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An unsatisfied answer from a Religion class teacher leaves the author of this article with a lingering question.

"Then take another body, rascal. This body is temporary—but after this life you will get another body..."

How can so many terrible things be happening to the people of this world if there is a God?

The philosophical question of fate versus free will is an old one. Do we have no control or are we free to decide our actions?

Are we really in control of events in our lives, or are we guided by destiny?

In this episode, the pastimes of Srila Gopala Bhatta Goswami, one of the six goswamis of Vrindavana, are discussed.

No wonder so many Western philosophers have become skeptical or disillusioned about God as a person. They never saw Him dance.

Webcams from Vrindavan, India, showing Their Lordships Radha-Shyamasundara and Krishna-Balarama. Live sound, around the clock.

Vancouver temple webcam.

This is the live webcam from the ISKCON Radha Golokabihari temple in Suva, Fiji.

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