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  1. Hari Sauri das, Mayapura, IN: TOVP construction update
  2. Maddy Jean-claude Durr, New Govardhana, AU: Another Aussie Journey. Travel 08: All is Well that Ends Well (The final note)
  3. Akrura das, Gita Coaching: FOCUS
  4. ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Daily Class - Atul Krsna Prabhu
  5. Nityananda Chandra Das, Dallas TX: TEXAS FAITH 24: Why are millennials dropping out?
  6. ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Bhajan Night with Vaisesika das - Live!
  7. HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: 374
  8. HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Please Krishna, give him hope…
  9. HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Krishna's Lotus Feet
  10. HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Directed Free Write
  11. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  12. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  13. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  14. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  15. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  16. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  17. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  18. Japa Group: We Should Not Do Anything Artificial
  19. Manoj, Melbourne, AU: 193. Mayapur 2010 – Dayal meetup
  20. Yoga of Ecology, Bhakta Chris, USA: Blessed Are "The Peacemakers"
  21. Sita-pati dasa, AU: Rama Navami in Brisbane
  22. Boat Festival in Yamuna ( Vrindavan )
  23. Gouranga TV: KKS Harinam to Navadwip
  24. Jayapataka Swami Vyasa-puja 2010 In Los Angeles, Ca
  25. David Haslam, UK: Why give an explanation when you can use organizational pressure to silence people?
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Hari Sauri das, Mayapura, IN: TOVP construction update

Here’s a few photos of the TOVP construction activity. Since the Gaura Purnima festival the site has been completely fenced off and noone except the contractors is allowed in. The large barn-like structure that has been used for pandals in the last few years has been de-constructed and two more pile drivers, making a total of four, are now on site.

Resize of Load testing

Load testing is going on as the above structure shows. And below, this is the mechanism for measuring the load:

Resize of measuring the load

A construction of this size will require huge amounts of cement so we are setting up our own cement plant:

Resize of cement plant

Here’s a couple of night shots:

Resize of night work

Resize of night work 2

In this next one you can see the trucks in the back ground behind the pile drivers as they begin to roll in:

Resize of trucks rolling in

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Maddy Jean-claude Durr, New Govardhana, AU: Another Aussie Journey. Travel 08: All is Well that Ends Well (The final note)

Monday 15th, February 2010. There wasn't much sleep after the final show of the tour. A small group of us were up before sun rise. Madhava had the idea to see off Maharaja from Sakhi Rai's house but, in the end, we had to decide against it. We took a drive up the top of a nearby mountain. I gazed out over the countryside and Brisbane city, as we watched the sun appear over the coastline. I looked at the beautiful scene, only corrupted on one side by many large concrete, glass and steal structures. I could see that we still had so much work ahead and that we were setting the foundations for many years to come. The world was beautiful but it was struggling with some less beautiful distractions.

We had breakfast at Madhava's house and loitered around in our exhaustion. Soon there were some phone exchanges. The majority of the group were going to go on an excursion to a water park, for one last outing together. I tagged along, for the car trip, only because it was in the direction I was heading. Much to the confusion of the driver, I had them drop me at a local train station, near to their final destination. I waved goodbye and waited on the platform. I was two or three stops from home and my mother was waiting on the other end.

I came home to my much missed Vaisnava family. I was still very dazed and tired but I tried to tell them as much as I could about the great experiences of the last couple weeks. I fell asleep, early for a change, just because I couldn't keep my body up. I received calls and texts in the night - from devotees from the tour, who were still in the country or from devotees in the next countries, trying to get more information about their travel plans, before they arrived.

Tuesday 16th, February 2010. I awoke and took my morning bath in the ocean. I hadn't swam in the ocean since before the tour and it was a much needed refreshment. I checked my mobile phone and found a half written text to Sadhu. He had wrote to me last night but I was so tired that I simply fell asleep while punching in the buttons. Today was dedicated to resting, as were many days to come. The next adventure was only looming around the corner. I would soon be struggling to work my way into the next mission. In the afternoon, I received some contact from Dominik, "tour is officially over for me. I just dropped the remaining devotees off at the airport." It was over indeed for the Aussie tour. I sat back, with some sorrow and happiness at heart. Now it was just time separating us from yet another journey.

[I would just like to thank everyone, on planet ISKCON and on facebook, who have been following along on this Aussie Journey. It was a pleasure to write and I apologise for the lack of editing. We are understaffed here in the Maddy headquarters - we have one writer and only one editor (who is too busy writing to know anything about editing) and our total staff members equals only one. This tour diary totalled over 95,000 words, written in over 60 entries, making it the second largest singular writing works that I have been instrumental in accomplishing to date.

I hope you gained something from reading - some humour, spirituality or maybe just a deeper glimpse into the framework of HH Indradyumna Swami's amazing project. I will try to continue to bring you updates on tours to come and may, if there is enough demand, rummage through old diary notes from my previous tours and write them up. Right now I'm looking to do some street sankirtana, and will post up anything that BDN will publish on their newsletter (from what I write and send in) and then Polish tour. I'm planning to go Radhadesh (Belgium, to study (in case you hadn't read that already) and so there may be some issues with visas. Hopefully I will not miss to much of the Polish tour on behalf of this and look forward to serving you through that time period.

Thank you again for reading. I hope you are all well, wherever in the world you may be and I hope to see many of you soon. Hare Krsna.

Your simple servant, Madhavendra Puri Dasa Brahmacari.]

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Akrura das, Gita Coaching: FOCUS

Focus on what you can do, not on what you cannot do.

Focus on the present and the future, not on the past.

Focus on what you want, not on what you don't want.

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ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Daily Class - Atul Krsna Prabhu

ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Daily Class - Atul Krsna Prabhu - Srimad Bhagavatam 11.18.23-24

Srimad Bhagavatam 11.18.23-24 - Just chant aloud - "Hare Krsna" and be happy.

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ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Daily Class - Atul Krsna Prabhu - Srimad Bhagavatam 11.18.23-24

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Nityananda Chandra Das, Dallas TX: TEXAS FAITH 24: Why are millennials dropping out?

Dallas Morning News,

Each week we will post a question to a panel of about two dozen clergy, laity and theologians, all of whom are based in Texas or are from Texas. They will chime in with their responses to the question of the week. And you, readers, will be able to respond to their answers through the comment box.

In this piece for Politics Daily, the Dallas Morning News' Jeff Weiss did some digging into a Pew Center report about the religious identity of "millenials," which is the name for those Americans who are younger than 30.

Weiss picked up first on this part of the report:

"Fewer young adults belong to any particular faith than older people do today. They also are less likely to be affiliated than their parents' and grandparents' generations were when they were young. Fully one-in-four members of the Millennial generation -- so called because they were born after 1980 and began to come of age around the year 2000 -- are unaffiliated with any particular faith. Indeed, Millennials are significantly more unaffiliated than Generation Xers were at a comparable point in their life cycle (20 percent in the late 1990s) and twice as unaffiliated as Baby Boomers were as young adults (13 percent in the late 1970s)."

But then he noted this seemingly contradictory finding:

"Young adults' beliefs about life after death and the existence of heaven, hell and miracles closely resemble the beliefs of older people today. Though young adults pray less often than their elders do today, the number of young adults who say they pray every day rivals the portion of young people who said the same in prior decades. And though belief in God is lower among young adults than among older adults, Millennials say they believe in God with absolute certainty at rates similar to those seen among Gen Xers a decade ago."

Weiss then reaches this conclusion:

Which says to me that young adults are not losing faith, just unplugging from religious institutions at a rate unprecedented in U.S. history.

One theory that has been advanced is that the disengagement has to do with the entanglement of conservative politics with religion. Weiss, for example, cites the work of Harvard professor Robert Putnam and Notre Dame professor David Campbell. They claim in a study that:

"Young Americans are dropping out of religion at an alarming rate of 5-6 times the historic rate (30-40 percent have no religion today versus 5-10 percent a generation ago)...But youth's religious disaffection is largely due to discomfort with religiosity having been tied to conservative politics....We find that the increase was not connected to a loss of religious piety, and that it was connected to politics. In the 1990s many people who had weak attachments to religion and either moderate or liberal political views found themselves at odds with the conservative political agenda of the Christian Right and reacted by renouncing their weak attachment to organized religion."

So, with that setup, here's this week's question:

That's their take? What is yours? Assuming the Pew Center data is correct, why are young adults unplugging from religious institutions at such a high rate?

Read on for our panelist' thoughts:

NITYANANDA CHANDRA DAS, minister of ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness), Dallas

"Religion without philosophy is sentiment and sometimes fanatacism.
Philosophy without religion is mental speculation". -Srila Prabhupada

The nature of the self, the soul, is that it is eternal, full of happiness, and knowledge. But in our conditioned state of identifying the body as the self, our original nature is covered. Therefore, people in general will always have a hankering for substantial happiness and knowledge and those souls who are pious and intelligent seek these items from non-temporary sources.

The cause of disinterest in religious institutions is that knowledge of God is generally not presented with a background of intelligent, sound philosophy and the teachers themselves do not emulate the teachings in action. One can only become a doctor by learning from an expert doctor in medical school. Books alone are not sufficient.

Similarly, one can only be inspired to become a saint by the expert guidance of a teacher of saintly character. However, such saintly teachers who teach by example are a rarity in our modern instant gratification world.

Hare Krishna :)
Your humble servant,
Nityananda Chandra Das
To see all the responses from the Texas Faith Panel click here

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ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Bhajan Night with Vaisesika das - Live!

Welcome to the live broadcast of the Bhajan night with Vaisesika Prabhu! If you are in Toronto, we strongly urge you to come tonight as we can only provide the bhajans online, not the pizza =)!

Free live streaming by Ustream

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HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: 374

4:03 A.M

I had a good night's rest and woke at 2:30 A.M. I spoke with Narayana and began my chanting. I have chanted twelve rounds so far and they were attentive, uttering the syllables in my mind. A reader said he appreciated that my reports on japa are honest. He said honesty is the most important thing. Of course I wish I could report on excellence and not just the honesty of a struggle.

He told the truth:
his chanting wasn't perfect.
Confessed to aparadhas,
and less than fully alert.
But he truly says his
quota and pronounces
the syllables in order,
truly repents that he
doesn't do it better.
You must honestly rise

early and begin the
in earnest,
overcoming lethargy
and resistance.
I truly try my
best to overcome sloth
and to pay attention to
the sacred syllables
in gratitude and

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HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Please Krishna, give him hope…

Prabhupada Smaranam

I don't know much about this picture. I will make an imaginative meditation about it, and if someone sees it and knows more about it they can write to me. I think it is one of the earliest pictures of Prabhupada taken in New York City. I think it was taken before he moved to 26 Second Avenue, which was in the summer of 1966. This looks like a bitter winter picture taken when Prabhupada was living alone. The neighborhood looks so trashy, it may be the Bowery. Where did he get the long black coat? He didn't have enough money to buy an expensive winter overcoat in a men's clothing store. It might have been a donation or a purchase in a thrift store. The same with the black shoes. He looks very somber. Not lighthearted. We know in the winter of 1965–66 he did not make much progress in his preaching, and he was poor. He was often thinking of returning to India and would consult Scindia steamship lines to find out when they had another ship sailing back to India. He might have been thinking of that. But he was also in correspondence with a very wealthy man in India, asking him to donate to purchase an expensive building in Manhattan to start a Radha-Krishna temple. Those negotiations never got very far.

He wants to stay and start something in America. If only Krishna will give him a place to stay and hold kirtanas and give lectures and there he could start a movement. He has seen how the yogi, Dr Mishra, has gathered some followers, and he had attended a well received performance by an Indian dancer. There is interest in spiritual India in America. He is writing his Srimad-Bhagavatam. If he could get some help typing and some interest in publishing. His books are not selling quickly in the bookstores where he has placed them on commission.

He does not look very physically strong as he walks down the street with his cane. But he is patient and determined, humble and fixed on Krishna. The cars roll by. He is completely fixed on Krishna and that is the most important of the twenty-six qualities of a devotee.

Please Krishna, give him hope, give him an opening, or we will all die waiting.

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HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Krishna's Lotus Feet

Krishna's lotus feet have
symbolic imprints on His
soles, and the gopis track
His movements with great
eagerness. The pulinda

women smear the kumkum

from His feet left in the
grass on their breasts and
pacify their lust.

Great sages like Narada worship
His lotus feet, and dust
particles from His feet bring
liberation to an ordinary soul.

Taking a person's feet on your head
is a gesture of your humiliation to him but in Krishna's case it
is a great honor if He allows you to place His feet upon
your head.

The gopis feared that placing
Krishna's feet upon their breasts
would cause Him pain because
their breasts were hard compared
to the softness of His tender
feet. They felt anguish to
think that Krishna hurt His
feet walking on the straws
and pebbles in the forest,
but the fact was Bhumi
Devi, the earth personified, placed
pillows under His feet
wherever He walked, and
He never felt pain.

"How glorious are the feet
of those who spread the
message of the Lord",
sings Handel in his "Messiah"
indicating that the feet of
the pure devotees are as
sanctified as the Lord's.
It is the custom to wash
a sadhus' feet and sprinkle
the drops upon the head
of faithful people,
it is holy water.

I wish to one day see
His foot imprints and
follow them to His
abode and play with
Him or simply behold
them and place my head
upon the imprints.

Worship of Lord Hari begins with
His feet in arati and proceeds
upwards with articles of incense,
flame, and flower.
You continue in circular motions
up to His shins and knees
and His arms, shoulders, and
finally His smiling face.

His face is the tenth canto of
and is
the reservoir of madhurya-lila.
His teeth and eyes and cheeks
captivate the gopis and
anyone who looks upon them.

One should not go directly to
His face but start with His
lotus feet. The first two cantos
of Srimad-Bhagavatam represent
His feet. Let us start there
in reverent meditation
and proceed with caution
to His other parts.

Krishna's soles are red, and
one foot stands arched while
the other stands solid on the

Oh Lord, please give me
of Your lotus feet,
and teach me how to bring
them into my heart.
That will satisfy my soul.

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HH. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Directed Free Write

It helps to have a topic in mind. Krishna climbed into the tunnel redeeming His reputation. The rumor was that He had stolen the jewel. When He entered the cave He saw the child of Jambavan playing with the jewel. He went to take the jewel, and the child's father came to fight Krishna. They fought for many days. Finally Krishna wore out the king of the bears who recognized that Krishna must be the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He submitted to Him and gave Him his daughter Jambavati to be His wife. She was delighted to accept Krishna as her husband, and He agreed. He then exited from the cave, and His reputation was restored. This was just one of many times that Krishna won a wife by direct combat. The wives wore a stripe of blood in the part of their hair to indicate they had been won in battle. The Lord won Rukmini that way also by kidnapping her from Sisupala at her wedding. She had written a letter to Krishna asking that He come to rescue her from the man she did not want to marry. Krishna was touched by her devotional letter, and He rushed to the wedding on a chariot and took her away. Her brother Rukmi pursued Krishna, but Krishna captured him and cut off his hair in different places. Rukmi was completely humiliated and retreated. Krishna took Rukmini for a grand wedding at Dvaraka.

It is very puzzling that Lord Krishna married all these wives and left the gopis lamenting in Vrndavana. He lived in Dvaraka with 16,108 wives in 16,108 palaces. The gopis withered away in Vrndavana in separation from Krishna. He also lamented in separation from them, and when He was with His wives at night He would call out the names of the gopis. He did it to increase the devotion of the gopis for Him. Radharani suffered the most. Her suffering was like being burned in a slow burning fire. It was worse than the sufferings in the hellish planets. But She just wanted Krishna to be happy. She said, "You may crush me in Your embrace or You may make me brokenhearted by not being present before me. After all, You are a debauchee. But You are my worshipable Lord unconditionally." Lord Caitanya came to this world just to taste the mood of Radharani in separation from Krishna. He said ayi nanda tanuja kinkaram.

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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1966 March 13: "Saptami. In the evening two ladies and Mr. Susman came. There was some discussions, one of the ladies brought bread for me. No income and no expenditure."

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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1968 March 13: "Today we had a very nice lecture at the State College; the attendence was very nice, and the meeting was successful. They have arranged many other meetings which I shall attend one after another."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1968

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1969 March 13: "There may be a temple or not, it does not matter; you are doing very nicely, more than having a temple. You six together are doing so nicely that I am very much proud of you. Be blessed and go on like this."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1969

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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1970 March 13: "If we limit ourselves to Hindus, then there will be many competitors. But if we preach the philosophy of Krishna Consciousness in right earnest, it will be accepted throughout the whole world."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1970

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1970 March 13: "They say that nobody could act so wonderfully as I am doing. Perhaps it is right. But I do not know how such things are happening. The only reason that can be adduced is that I am presenting Bhagavad-gita as it is."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1970

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1974 March 13: "Arrange a solid program of translation, printing and distribution of my books by sankirtana party and you will find the devotees willing to help you in this noble project."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1974

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1974 March 13: "My Guru Maharaja stressed printing and distribution of literature even over gorgeous temple construction. So you follow the footsteps of the previous acaryas while always strictly following the regulative principles."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1974

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Japa Group: We Should Not Do Anything Artificial

Should we think of Krsna's forms and pastimes while chanting japa? We should not do anything artificial. As Prabhupada has said, the chanting is not an artificial imposition on the mind. Prabhupada has recommended that if we just hear the chanting then the time will come when simultaneously we will think of the form of Krsna. To concentrate on the sound may seem routine. Of course, that is only our neophyte stage.

From Japa Reform Notebook by SDG
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Manoj, Melbourne, AU: 193. Mayapur 2010 – Dayal meetup

Meeting up with devotee friends

Fresh from his return of the Australian leg of the Le Carnival Spirituel show of His Holiness Indradyumna Swami, Dina Dayal prabhu was soaking up the sun, enjoying the transcendental nature of Mayapur and excited about his constant association with devotees at the holy dham. Unfortunately, he had sprained his ankle during practice around the time I met him. Nevertheless, the pain was put aside and we enjoyed a superb conversation on life, serving vaishnavas, the urgency of taking Krishna Consciousness to everyone and how fortunate we were to be at Mayapur. Both of us felt great at the end. Few days later he gave me many mp3 lectures to listen to. Looking forward to seeing him return to Melbourne next year.

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Yoga of Ecology, Bhakta Chris, USA: Blessed Are "The Peacemakers"

A message from our friend Adiraja (author of the world famous Hare Krishna Book Of Vegetarian Cooking) about his recent project:

Presently I'm trying to secure a beautiful 106-acre farm here in Michigan. Besides being a Vedic Village Educational Farm project, it will also serve to provide produce for a restaurant we plan to start next year. I'm looking for an "Angel Investor' who may be a financial partner.

Srila Prabhuapda said people must eat prasada in order to understand the philosophy, so it makes senses that we ought to emphasize pradasa distribution, which this eventual worldwide chain of restaurants will do.

Anyone can email me ( or reach me on my cell 313 434-5121.

Vision and

Peacemakers embraces the vision of making the healthiest food easily affordable and accessible to the general public. The company's mission is to develop a worldwide chain of vegan fast food restaurants, each supplied by its own farm.


One fifth of Americans eat fast food every day, generating over 110 billion dollars this year alone. With more people eating fast food, and restaurant franchises popping up everywhere, this industry is booming and shows no signs of slowing down. However, because most fast food is commonly recognized to have poor nutritional quality, many say we're a fast food nation slowly eating ourselves to death.

At the same time, there's an upwelling of interest in the public to eat more healthy food. Most people say they would eat healthier, but only if it didn't cost more.

Market Strategy

Peacemakers will be the nation's first chain of healthy fast food restaurants, selling delicious locally grown organic food close to current fast food prices. The restaurants will offer vegan (plant-based) burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads, fresh juices, smoothies, desserts, freshly baked goods, and ethnic meals, including raw/living-food options. Both the restaurants and farms will be beautifully designed, use as much green technology as possible, attract plenty of volunteer help, and be educational centers that teach about restoring our physical health and the health of the planet.

Business Strategy

This business model of restaurants and farms working together to minimize production costs, while educating and empowering people to make smart food choices, will enable Peacemakers to provide healthy meals at very reasonable prices. Franchising this restaurant/farm concept will be a great service to the public and a very lucrative business. The combination of effective marketing, expert management, along with efficient food production and preparation, will enable this company to quickly achieve significant market share.

Financial Goals

In implementing this business model, Peacemakers anticipates generating $10 million in revenues by 2015, with $5 million of net profit. Annual revenue growth during the 2011-2015 timeframe is projected to average at least 25% per year.

Funds Sought and Uses

To establish its first farm in 2010 and its first restaurant in 2011, Peacemakers is currently seeking investment financing of 1.1 million dollars, $150,000 to be completed by June 1 and $950,000 to be completed by Dec 1.

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Sita-pati dasa, AU: Rama Navami in Brisbane

H.H. Bir Krishna Maharaja will be in town, and at the temple!

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By Lakshman das

On March 6, 2010 the season of spring, perfect for Sri Sri Radha Shyamsundar Boat Festival. There happened a historical procession in Vrindavan from ISKCON Vrindavan to Yamuna in the bank of Kumbha mela ghat on the occasion of boat festival.

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KKS Harinam to Navadwip

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KKS Harinam to Navadwip

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Jagannivas Torres: For the first time ever, His Holiness Jayapataka Swami will be attending the celebration of His Vyasa Puja Celebration in the West. This is a great opportunity to honor a wonderful devotee personally.

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David Haslam, UK: Why give an explanation when you can use organizational pressure to silence people?

This is a very nice and thought provoking article by Sita-pati das several comments are worth pondering over: “It is a mistake to identify with any -ism. When someone has personal difficulties in their relationships with other persons or with an organisation, sometimes they may take shelter of a pre-packaged philosophical position. All -isms are fossilized [...]

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