As I reflect on the pastimes and mission of Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura I also wonder what he would say to drinking non-alcoholic beer
February 12th, 2012

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2012 and the impending nuclear war
May 20th, 2011

How should we get ready? (Skype conference with Russian disciples – English only.) Read the rest of this entry »

Spooky the Great and other tales from my years in Vrndavana
April 20th, 2011

Upon arrival in Delhi let’s hear the story of how Durvasa came to realize the identity of Krsna on earth
February 15th, 2011

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From Istanbul
January 8th, 2011

Anonymous asks: When is appropriate to protect oneself (not other vaisnavas) if at risk of physical attack and when is it not? Read the rest of this entry »

If you are not empowered like Prahlada Maharaja, don’t drink poison offered to the Lord
November 28th, 2010

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Lesson from a dead, moldy frog, or what I found in my mosquito net
September 17th, 2010

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What is the difference between Ajamila’s once chanting and our constant chanting?
June 24th, 2010

Why don’t we get the same result. (Jun 17, 2010) Read the rest of this entry »

The pastime of Dvarakadisa
April 29th, 2010

and the sweeper and the lesson of how we should avoid interfering with our fate. Read the rest of this entry »

Someone recently asked my mother, “What was the happiest day of your life?” Part 2.
April 14th, 2010

I read a letter that she wrote answering that and giving an idea of what she and others went through in WWII. Read the rest of this entry »

Someone recently asked my mother, “What was the happiest day of your life?” Part 1.
April 13th, 2010

I read a letter that she wrote answering that and giving an idea of what she and others went through in WWII. Read the rest of this entry »

Madhavendra Puri’s ecstatic love of Godhead
April 11th, 2010

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2 Dec: Mahaprabhu & Chanting
December 3rd, 2007

From Innis Rath, a talk about chanting and Mahaprabhu’s mission: Read the rest of this entry »