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With everybody babbling back and forth about nothing of consequence, how can we meditate on things that really matter?

Audio: Radhanath Swami speaking in Gokul Mahavan in 2004 about Krishna’s appearance.

How is it that chanting God’s Names would make people want “to burst out of their homes into the streets?”

"When I was visiting India my aunt remarked, “You don’t realize—if I went outside the house with japa beads in my hand, people would laugh . . ."

Church or temple, hell or heaven—in any condition people can chant the holy name of God. But we’re so unfortunate, we don’t accept this

Some are inclined to one thing; some to another. That will go on till the end of the creation. But our proposal is, “You are searching

Srila Prabhupada explains the significance of the appearance of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

If someone asked you to help them clean out their garage, but then decided they wanted to keep everything anyway—no matter how old, bro

Srila Prabhupada describes the significance of the position of Srimati Radharani.

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