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  • Seriousness

    Finish you job in one life of going back to Godhead, so that you don't have to come again and again and get kicks of maya. Guru is there to help you.

  • Attraction to Krishna

    After doing one's dharma, whatever it may be, if he does not develop love of Godhead, attraction to Krishna's name, beauty, pastimes, whatever he did is nothing but only waste of labour.

  • Cleansing the Heart

    Heart will be cleansed only if you constantly hanker after service to Krishna and His dear devotees.

  • Understanding the inconcievable

    According to scriptures, one aspect of Giriraj is that he is non-different from Krishna. But another aspect is that He is the greatest devotee of Krishna. This way you can see it inconceivably that devotee and Krishna are same but at the same time different. It is very subtle. You have to chant Hare Krishna, render devotional service, read scriptures, then you will understand.

  • Deceiving Oneself

    You cannot cheat pure devotees. You can only cheat yourself. This is not material life. Oh, I will be cunning! I will cheat them! This is spiritual life. You are cheating yourself. Sad-guru knows what is best for you. He has no interest of his own.

  • Rarity of Human Life

    Human Life is Sudurlabha. Durlabha means rare. Sudurlabha means rarest of the rare. Make the best use of every second

  • Eternal bliss

    Aim of life is to get eternal bliss, cinmaya-ananda.

  • Save yourself

    First save yourself, then save others!

  • Cleansing the heart

    If we listen hari-katha with love & devotion, it can cleanse our heart from anarthas.

  • Spiritual Attachment

    Bhakti means developing attachment to Krishna & Karshna, service to Krishna and His devotees. Bhakti relates to the heart. Heart relates to attachment. To develop bhakti, you have to develop attachment to Krishna and Karshna.

  • Negative Attachment

    If we have got even iota of attachment to anything other than Krishna, we have to go there. We cannot go back to Godhead.

  • Krishna is the centre of Attraction

    In the spiritual world, family life is there, but the actual attraction is Krishna. Mother Yashoda is not that much attached to Nanda maharaja as much she is attached to Krishna. Same is true for Nanda Maharaja also. We should know this. So whether one is a vana-prastha, sanyasi or grihastha, main attraction is Krishna.

  • Dedicated to Guru

    Brahmachari – He is doing so much austerity of getting up for mangal arati, cooking for the Guru, thinking that everything he possesses actually belongs to his Guru and completely dedicating his life in the service of Guru. So God is watching that this man is doing so much austerity for his Guru. Prabhupada says “If somebody can remain a brahmachari, 75% of his chances are there of going back to Godhead if he strictly follows his Guru's instruction.

  • Real Business

    Our business is to develop attachment to Krishna. Actually a devotee wants to become a humble servant of Krishna and a pure devotee.

  • Changing Instructions

    Prabhupada said, “Don't change what has been taught to you. If you change, then everything will be finished”.

  • Practical Application

    One who does not taste honey, how much he tastes sugar, molasses, guda, yogurt, he cannot know the taste of honey. Better to open the Jar of honey and taste it. And then have the Knowledge of Honey.

  • Love of Krishna

    Prabhupada says that you have to feel separation from Krishna. Bhakti Siddhanta Thakur says, “If father has to teach the son how to love father-mother, this will be too much. He should feel himself ”. We should know. Is Krishna not our father? We should ask ourselves. Except Krishna and acharyas, no one is our real well – wisher. We have to have some realisation.

  • Ingredients

    Get up early in the morning. Attend mangal arati. Follow four regulative principles nicely. Assosiate with devotees. Listen lectures thoughtfully. Do service. This is what devotional life is.

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