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Don’t be an Animal – Understand the Reality of Beauty

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by Satyanarayana Dasa: Two thousand years ago, there was a great king in India named Bhartrihari. Besides being a ruler, he was a grammarian, poet, and philosopher. He wrote many wonderful books on various topics. He used to say, “Sahitya-sangita-kala-vihinah saksat pashuh puccha-vishana-hinah.” It means, a person devoid of knowledge of aesthetics, music and arts is indeed an animal, albeit without a tail and horns.

The Journey after Death

by Satyanarayana Dasa: Life is a journey that continues even after death. Death is like changing a vehicle to travel to another destination. Human life is like a bridge from where there are four routes. If you do not follow any moral discipline, lead a life of gross sense pleasures, are attached to the material body ...

Addiction means Slavery of the Mind

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Usually, the word ‘addiction’ is used in the negative sense. It has been defined with regard to psychoactive substances such as alcohol and tobacco which, if ingested, alter the mood and/or perception of the person consuming them. But addiction, in true sense of the word, is not limited only to alcohol and drugs, etc. One may become addicted to gambling, a particular type of food such as chocolate or coffee, sex, pornography, computers, video games, internet, work, exercise, TV, shopping and even spirituality.

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    Family relations independent of their relation to Krishna are only imaginary. We have no relation with anything or anyone. The only way we can relate is through Krishna. Therefore, Kunti prayed to cut her blood relation to Pandavas and Yadavas ,and have relation with them only as devotes of Krishna.

    — Babaji Satyanarayana Dasa
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