More than ever, the people of this world need Srila Prabhupada’s teachings. His words and example have helped each one of us, saving us from a life of frustration, improving every aspect of our existence, and giving us true values, direction and hope
Ancient wisdom, modern times
If we can manage to admit the inherent and unavoidable limitations we have, and if we open ourselves to the possibility of truths revealed in bona fide scriptures, we’ve opened the door to a compelling reality.
Unity in diversity can make us more fulfilled, broader devotees of Krishna. This sort of unity doesn’t mean uniformity and this sort of diversity doesn’t mean fragmentation.
The Sanskrit word for mercy is ‘prasada,’ and Srila Prabhupada’s Hare Krishna movement is internationally famous for a certain aspect of prasada: delectable and variegated vegetarian food that’s been offered to Krishna with love and devotion.
In honour of the appearance of Sri Balarama, we offer this meditation from the Srimad Bhagavatam
A sannyasi does not act for personal satisfaction. Without self-interest and having no desire for self-satisfaction, his criterion of success is the satisfaction of Krishna.
Queen Elizabeth’s devotion to duty can inspire us in fulfilling our duties, both temporary and eternal.
An interesting outlook into how atheism manifests within this world in various ways.
An interesting thought on how our external habits can influence our mental capabilities.
We're all different, and so we all need a different narrative to become more selfless in life.
For a progressive spiritualist, the biggest block is that of pride that somehow needs to be curbed.