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Krishna’s Relation with the Jivas

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Question: I seem to remember that somewhere Sri Jiva Prabhu has written in the Sandarbhas that Sri Krishna does not directly take part in...   Read More

Diminution of Dharma in Kali Yuga

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Question: In SB 1.17.2, 12, 24 and 25 it is mentioned that the bull Dharma had only one of its four legs left in...   Read More

Love and Relationships from a Spiritual Perspective

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Question: There is a Korean word for a daughter that conveys concepts of love, respect, obedience, humility and service to your parents.  That word...   Read More

Karma for killing insects?

Question: We cannot control many things that destroy other life forms simply by being alive. For instance even our bodies are a battleground of...   Read More

Desire and Eternal Conditioning

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Question: Since we have been ”associated” with the subtle body since the beginning of time – does this mean we have always been subject...   Read More

Rasa in the Spiritual World

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Question: How can there be samanjasa rati [selfless love satisfying worldly standards of righteous conduct], and sadharani rati [related to one’s desire to receive...   Read More

Questions on Krishna-Lila

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Question: Does Yashoda know that Krishna is God?Answer: There is no need for her to know it. There is stage of consciousness in which someone is not interested to know it. The first stage is to know God, and the need love of Him, but at a more advanced level God isn’t anymore God for you.

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    You have to understand what is service. It means you do activities for the pleasure of the person you are serving. Service is that your intention is that you want to please the person you serve. It is not that I want to gain something from it. Service itself is its own reward. If you are trying to get something then it is not really service. If it has any other motive then you can say it looks like service, but it is not really.

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