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  1. Deva Gaura Hari, AU: Soothing Moonbeams
  2. Akrura das, Gita Coaching: QUESTIONS FOR YOUR LIFE
  3. Subhvavilasa das ACBSP, Toronto, CA: Status update on Subhavilas das.
  4. ISKCON Education: Kalachandji's Sunday School, Dallas
  5. ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Honouring Srila Prabhupada with HH Devamrita Swami
  6. ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Sweet Hill Festival
  7. ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Deity Darshan: Govardhan Puja & Diwali
  8. ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Today's Darsana
  9. Bhakti Vikasa Swami: nothing to lament on account of disappearance
  10. Australian News: Home made Bomb attack at New Vrindaban Hare Krishna Community in USA
  11. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
  12. Srila Prabhupada's Letters
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  19. Kurma dasa, AU: Red Meat Consumption Linked to Increased Esophageal Cancer Risk
  20. Devadeva Mirel, Alachua, USA: Budget Kitchen Remodel : Ikea Birch Kitchen
  21. Bhakti Lata, Alachua, USA: Countdown of Fate
  22. H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: 126
  23. H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: One Hundred Prabhupada Poems
  24. Devadeva Mirel, Alachua, USA: My Sink on Attic Mag!
  25. H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Remembering Govardhana Puja
  26. H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Various
  27. Japa Group: Easier For One To Always Chant
  28. Devadeva Mirel, Alachua, USA: Recipe : Eggless Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies
  29. Subhvavilasa das ACBSP, Toronto, CA: Subhavilasa das in Surgery at Hospital...
  30. Akrura das, Gita Coaching: LEADERS DON’T MAKE EXCUSES
  31. Rupa Madhurya das, TX, USA: KuliMela 2006 - Yadunath das - Comedy - 7/11
  32. Srila Prabhupada’s Disappearance Day
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  38. Atma Yoga, Brisbane, AU: Kirtan on Friday Night
  39. Subhvavilasa das ACBSP, Toronto, CA: Not quite the fireworks they wanted in New Vrindaban.
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Deva Gaura Hari, AU: Soothing Moonbeams

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Akrura das, Gita Coaching: QUESTIONS FOR YOUR LIFE

by John Robson

By giving a thoughtful minute per day to your journal and questioning your life, you can record changes as you make them. See how in this article.

"The quality of one's life is directly related to the quality of questions one asks oneself." Tony Robbins

Why is this? How can we use questions to get more out of life?

Journaling is a process of thinking in different ways and capturing results on paper. One of the many powerful journaling tools is asking yourself SMART QUESTIONS.

When we make a statement, we primarily use our logical,rational, left brain. Statements affirm what is. Questions,on the other hand, invoke more of our intuitive, creative right brain. They challenge us to discover what might be. While statements are static, questions lead us into unexplored territory. They open doors to new possibilities!

Take a moment to do this simple exercise. Say to yourself, "I don't have enough time to get everything done." Experience how you feel after you make that statement.

Now say to yourself, "How can I give more time to what's important to me?" Again, tune in to your feelings. Don't you feel stronger and more open, powerful and energized by the question?

Now take it another step further and WRITE DOWN your answers to the above question. Write down at least 10 answers, if not 25.

And here's the really good news. Your question mobilizes the immense power of your subconscious mind. Your subconscious acts on whatever your conscious mind tells it. If you say you don't have enough time, your subconscious will ensure that you won't. If you ask a question, your subconscious will always answer it, drawing from unlimited resources and wisdom that are not directly available to your conscious mind.

If you want to clear problems in your life, remember to ask constructive, open-ended questions that cannot be answered with a simple yes or no. A great question to use often is, "What can I learn from this situation?" and write down your answers.

Many people use positive affirmations. Why not change the words around to form empowering questions that draw out creative helpful ideas and solutions? And replace your critical self talk with inspiring and productive questions!

Spend more time thinking about questions rather than answers. If you focus on a wrong answer, eventually you'll have to start over again. If you focus on a question, your mind is still working to create viable options for you.

Once you've asked a question, then listen and watch for the answer. Be alert, for the answers can be subtle and indirect. They can also come from anywhere at any time. The key is to be aware. Watch and listen, and be open to new possibilities. Writing down answers allows you to look at them with new eyes and form new perspectives.

"It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question." Decouvertes

So talk to yourself with lots of expansive, empowering questions. Capture your answers on paper so you can see, synthesize and integrate them. Open your own power to actively create with consciousness. Question your life!


For a FREE list of Smart Questions, visit

In one hour obtain clarity, balance and focus. Catch your blind spots, stay on track and improve your habits.

STOP and THINK and WRITE! One thoughtful minute per day can change your life.
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Subhvavilasa das ACBSP, Toronto, CA: Status update on Subhavilas das.

As per my last post, regarding my dad's surgery...
Jaya Prabhupada! Jaya Radha Shyam!
Jaya Narshima!
Thank you Jagantha Lord of the Universe!
My dad's surgery went well and he is resting. Thanks for the thoughts and prayers!
Thanks to the doctors and nurses as well. They were great!
The main surgeon was Indian (surprise, surprise :) My dad asked him to take Krishna's name before star
ting the surgery.
Good news will make for a restful night.
Your servant, 
Indresh (Subhavilasa's son)
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ISKCON Education: Kalachandji's Sunday School, Dallas

.The contact info is: or 972-618-8280
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ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Honouring Srila Prabhupada with HH Devamrita Swami

Tuesday, November 9th will mark the day that we commemorate the disappearance (passing) of our movement's founder, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. This is always a soulful event wherein devotees get a chance to gather to honour our loving guru who gave us our vast and beautiful Hare Krishna family.

The Hare Krishna Temple is excited to announce that joining us for this wonderful evening will be HH Devamrita Swami, a senior disciple of Srila Prabhupada. Devamrita Swami is a teacher and author who speaks at universities, colleges, businesses and temples around the world. He has been visiting Toronto for the last few years conducting ground-breaking outreach programs, presenting Krishna consciousness in incredible ways.

Joining Devamrita Swami will be a host of disciples of Srila Prabhupada who will also be sharing memories of the "early days" of the Hare Krishna movement. The schedule is as follows (subject to change):

6:00pm to 6:30pm - Arati
6:30pm to 6:40pm - Welcome & Announcements
6:40pm to 7:20pm - Class by HH Devamrita Swami
7:20pm to 8:00pm - Memories of Srila Prabhupada
8:00pm to 8:30pm - Arati (Kirtan Led by HH Devamrita Swami)
8:30pm to 8:40pm - Damodarastakam
8:40pm to 9:00pm - Prasadam

We hope you and your family can join us for this very special evening which will be filled with sweet moments, honouring Srila Prabhupada.
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ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Sweet Hill Festival

Last Saturday, the Krishna Fest crew had their own sweet version of Govardhana Puja.
The "Sweet Hill Festival" as they baptised it was held on the 3rd level of the Crossways Restaurant, 123 Swanston Walk.

It featured NON-STOP kirtan performed by many of the talented musicians and singers... well it stopped only for a drama-performance by Swarupa Sakti and for... prasadam of course:
a hill-load of sweets to be precise!!!

It looked something like that... (click here for the slideshow)!
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ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Deity Darshan: Govardhan Puja & Diwali

Govardhan Puja: Saturday, November 6, 2010


Diwali : Sunday, November 7, 2010



Click HERE for more Photos!
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ISKCON Melbourne, AU: Today's Darsana


The altars look like ripe cherry fields in summer today!
Have a look!

  • Email to a friend Bhakti Vikasa Swami: nothing to lament on account of disappearance

(Srila Prabhupada speaks on His Divine Grace Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Gosvami Prabhupada's Disappearance Day -- Los Angeles, December 13, 1973. A meditation for Srila Prabhupada's disappearance day and also remembering our dear godbrother Purnacandra Goswami.)
Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura passed away from this material world on 31st December, 1936. So almost forty years past. So there are two phases, prakata and aprakata, appearance and disappearance. So we have nothing to lament on account of disappearance because Krsna and Krsna's devotee... Not only devotees, even the nondevotees, nobody disappears. Nobody disappears because every living entity... As Krsna is eternal... It is confirmed in the Vedic literature, nityo nityanam cetanas cetananam (Katha Upanisad 2.2.13). The description of the Supreme Lord is that He is also nitya, eternal, and the living entities are also eternal... So spiritually, appearance and disappearance, there is no difference. Just like in material point of view, if a person takes birth... Suppose you get a son born, you become very happy. The same son, when passes away, you become very unhappy. This is material. And spiritually, there is no such difference, appearance or disappearance. So although this is the disappearance day of Om Visnupada Sri Srimad Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura, so there is nothing to be lamented. Although we feel separation, that feeling is there, but spiritually, there is no difference between appearance and disappearance.
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Australian News: Home made Bomb attack at New Vrindaban Hare Krishna Community in USA

Residents in the New Vrindaban Community in Marshall County, which houses the Palace of Gold, believe they were the target to a hate crime.
“People are ignorant about what religion is and hate it instead of coming to find out what actually is here,” night guard Gerald Yule said.
Residents in this community practice the Hare Krishna religion, and worship a God they call Krishna.
It was during a festival just after 12:30 a.m. on Halloween night when someone drove down a community road, threw some sort of explosive device out the window, and onto the community’s property.
Yule said he along with several hundred community members and tourists were inside the Hare Krishna Temple when he heard a loud boom outside.
Some of the remnants are still left on site where witnesses said the explosive device ignited. A piece of tinfoil was found melted on the cement.
“There were a lot of children out walking around which could easily turn into a tragic incident,” Yule said.
Yule described the device as a Lipton tea bottle with tinfoil and some sort of chemical inside. Three other devices were found in the surrounding area. He said none of those ignited.
“It was some sort of device sure designed to cause damage. We assigned two deputies on the case that are in conference with the prosecuting attorney on possible charges if locate they offenders,” Marshall County Sheriff John Gruzinskas said.
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1965 November 8: "Srila Prabhupada had a strong desire to open our preaching centres in the Western countries and both Bon Maharaja and Goswami Maharaja were deputed for this purpose without any tangible result."Prabhupada Letters :: 1965
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1965 November 8: "I have no ambition for becoming the proprietor of any Matha or Mandir but I am working day and night for my Bhagavatam publication and I need centres in the western countries."Prabhupada Letters :: 1965
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1965 November 8: "Every camp of our god brothers should supply a man good for this purpose and they must agree to work under my direction. Then you will see how our beloved Srila Prabhupada will be satisfied on all of us."Prabhupada Letters :: 1965
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1968 November 8: "There are 42,000 students in your university, and if 5% of them purchase our Gita, then we can sell at least 2,000 copies there. So I hope you will try for this and it will be both propaganda as well as income."Prabhupada Letters :: 1968
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1970 November 8: "Here I am working in Bombay to establish one Krishna Consciousness Headquarters for India. So if Krishna desires, we will have a temple here."Prabhupada Letters :: 1970
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1974 November 8: "He has done much service. He cannot be removed whimsically. The local members must agree for him to be removed by you, according to the Direction of Management."Prabhupada Letters :: 1974
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1975 November 8: "We haven't got to invent something by our fertile brain for preaching. Study my books and reproduce the purports in your own language. Everything is there. Instruct your temple presidents to preach like this."Prabhupada Letters :: 1975
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Srila Prabhupada's Letters

1975 November 8: "So any one of my godbrothers cannot help me in this way of book writing because they are unfortunate in the matter of preaching work. They are simply trying to infiltrate our society to do something harmful."Prabhupada Letters :: 1975
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Kurma dasa, AU: Red Meat Consumption Linked to Increased Esophageal Cancer Risk

Emax Health, 8 November 2010 Yet another set of grim findings about the connection between red meat consumption and cancer...
"Red and processed meats have been linked to an increase in colorectal cancer and now a possible link has been noted to esophageal and stomach cancers according to a new study by US researchers.
Amanda J. Cross, PhD., from the National Cancer Institute, and colleagues have published their findings in the latest issue of the American Journal of Gastroenterology."
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Devadeva Mirel, Alachua, USA: Budget Kitchen Remodel : Ikea Birch Kitchen

My first Ikea Kitchen post in the Budget Remodel series is up over at Horton Brasses Blog. Check out the great ideas and bold color schemes after the jump.
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Bhakti Lata, Alachua, USA: Countdown of Fate

This is a screenshot of the countdown gadget on my Google homepage. I put it there about 120 days ago.

But today I looked at it, really looked at it.

I have often quoted the word “serendipity” in this blog because sometimes the little chances of life stack up like dominoes, and then there’s simply no other word to describe the beauty of adventure. When you unfurl the sails of travel, the winds of serendipity carry you to unknown shores.

This is why I have a countdown on my homepage...


On a soft June evening, I stood outside of the Columbus temple in a sarong and tank top, my skin brown from canoeing all day with 17 other girls. A big yellow schoolbus rumbled slowly down the street, and many hands stuck out the windows and waved furiously. Girls called out, “Bye, Bhakti! Bye!!! Hariboool!!”

I lifted my hand to wave in return, and unexpected tears stung my eyes. “Haribol,” I murmured. I savored the final moments of my summer travels, and how each of the girls on the Yatra had all moved me with their unique love for Krishna.

But my first semester at the University of Florida began in mere days, and I had to leave the Yatra early.

Now, for you to fully understand the serendipity of my story, I need to describe my stack of dominoes.

Several months ago, Festival of India published a tentative schedule which stated that Detroit Rathayatra would occur on June 19th. Kishori Yatra would follow Festival of India, so naturally we would be there that weekend. So I bought my plane ticket from Detroit.

Then, Festival of India changed their schedule.

But my flight could not change.

So Columbus became the closest city to leave the Yatra from. Then I would catch a Greyhound bus to Detroit to then catch my flight back to Florida...! (Dizzy yet?) And that is why I found myself in a sarong on a soft summer evening, watching a big yellow schoolbus disappear around a corner. I turned around to face the quiet, empty temple.

An hour later, I searched for Hari Venu, the kind, older gurukuli who was also in charge of the temple. But I couldn’t find him. I peered into the kitchen, where a lone young woman was busy cooking for the late evening offering.

“Excuse me,” I asked. “Do you know how I can reach Hari Venu?”

She turned around. “What for?”

“He said he would take me to the bus station tomorrow morning,”

“Oh, well I’ll take you,” she said.

I spluttered a moment. “Ah, are you sure?”


“Well, ah, thank you. And what is your name?”

“Gokul Vilasini,” she replied.

“Nice to meet you, my name is Bhakti lata,” I said.

That evening, I sang for Sayana Arati for Sri Radha Natabara, and she offered arati. The next morning we went on a long japa walk down by the river. When we returned, we sat down to have breakfast and ended up talking until noon.

At one point, an elder Prabhupad disciple, Mother Kamagiri, came over to discuss travel arrangements, for she had decided to come on the South India Yatra. Gokul seemed to be in charge of a traveling party that was all leaving together in December.

While Mother Kamagiri and Gokul discussed the Yatra, I sat there in silence. I felt an odd desire blossom inside me.

I wish I could go.

A little later, Gokul drove me to the bus station, and she came in to wait with me. In the midst of our enthusiastic conversation, I said, "You know what, Gokul? We should travel together."

"Yes, let's do it," she said.

"Yes! Let's go to Vrindavan, Mayapur, Chowpatty...."

"What about South India?"

"Oh, definitely South India! South India is lovely. So I'm thinking India 2012, when I graduate. Take a year off before I start teaching, you know? What about you?"

"Isn't that a bit far in the future?"

"Yeah, well, it's tough to travel when you're a student. Believe me, I've thought the possibilities through. I want to go back to India so much."

"Well what about the South India Yatra?"

"This December?"


"Oh," I laughed. "It's the dilemma of the starving student - no money. Besides, I'm going on the Winter Bus Tour. I've already saved up for it."

"But would you go if you could?"

"Well, it's not really my style. I like to spend time in one place, especially in India - really soak it in. But the South India Yatra does sound pretty cool."

"What if I found you a sponsor?"

I stared at Gokul. "Excuse me?"

"What if I found you a sponsor? Would you go?"

I was silent. Then I laughed. "Well...! Maybe!"

"Well, noodle over it," she smiled and pointed to her head. "Think about it. I'll e-mail you in a couple days to confirm about a sponsor."

We hugged goodbye and I got onto my bus, completely derailed. On the bus ride to Detroit, I wondered at how the dominoes of fate had led me to this moment - Kishori Yatra. My school schedule. The change of dates. The bus ride. That conversation with Mother Kamagiri. The ride to the bus station. One slight shift in events and none of this would have happened.

It was an incredible idea, but the possibility that Gokul would find a sponsor for me seemed nil. So I just reveled in the possibility, amazed that someone would even offer such generosity, amazed that the Lord would arrange such a meeting.

Three days later, Gokul e-mailed me. "I found you a sponsor. You decide if you want to come."

All of my indecision melted in that moment. I replied: "Yes!  I'll come."

That was around 120 days ago.

I have 30 days to go.

My gratitude goes out to my dear godsister, Gokul Vilasini, and the anonymous devotee who has offered me such unconditional generosity to experience the holy dham. Amazing how with one drop of grace, the Lord can alter our lives in 24 hours.

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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: 126 SDGonline Daily updates
3:45 A.M.
Namamrta by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:
‘Although chanting of the holy name is complete in itself, initiation and Deity worship are still necessary for purification’

“To chant the holy name of the Lord, one need not depend upon other paraphernalia, for one can immediately get all the desired results of connecting or linking with the Supreme Personality of Godhead. It may therefore be questioned why there is a necessity for initiation or further spiritual activities in devotional service for one who engages in the chanting of the holy name. The answer is though it is correct that one who fully engages in chanting the holy name need not depend upon the fruitive results. One need not depend upon a process of initiation, generally a devotee is addicted to many abominable habits due to material contamination from his previous life. In order to get quick relief from all these contaminations, it is required that one engage in the worship of the Lord in the temple….Srila Rupa Gosvami has described that the holy name of the Lord can be chanted by liberated souls, but almost all the souls we have to initiate are conditioned. It is advised that one chant the holy name of the Lord without offenses and according to the regulative principles, yet due to their past, bad habits they violate these rules and regulations. Thus the regulative principles for worship of the Deity are also simultaneously essential.” (Sri Caitanya Caritamrta, Adi-lila 7.76)
Whether or not one is properly initiated if he chants the holy name offenselessly he is a pure Vaisnava and must be respected. Whether a Vaisnava is properly initiated or not is not a subject for consideration. One may be initiated and yet contaminated by the mayavada philosophy but a person who chants the holy name of the Lord offenselessly will not be so contaminated. A properly initiated Vaisnava may be imperfect, but one who chants the holy name of the Lord is all perfect. Although he may apparently be a neophyte he still has to be considered a pure unalloyed Vaisnava. It is the duty of a householder to offer respects to such an unalloyed Vaisnava. In the Padyavali by Rupa Gosvami says in the verse 29, “Simply by touching the holy name with one’s tongue, immediate effects are produced. Chanting the holy name does not depend on initiation, pious activities or the puruscarya regulative principles generally observed before initiation. The holy name does not wait for all these activities, it is self sufficient.” It is clearly stated that chanting is self sufficient. But the acaryas also state that if one is a serious devotee he will take up both the pancaratrika-viddhi path and the bhagavata-viddhi path. One should not neglect full practice just because he has heard that chanting can be done without any other purification.
I was glad to wake up at one o’clock this morning without a pain. I went to my chanting and at first moved very quickly. Eventually my pace started to slow down, and I came to sixteen rounds by 3:30. This is the way I want to do it. Certainly if I am up early then I have an advantage and chant with more confidence.
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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: One Hundred Prabhupada Poems SDGonline Daily updates

# 83

Dear Srila Prabhupada,
everbody’s spiritual master,
I’ve got another book in the works.
I hope you’ll like it.
I walked on the Irish road this morning
chanting japa and thinking of my writings.
Things are different than when you
were here. I’d never dare do this.
Neither would the others dare.
We’ve got you still,
to rule over us.

Dear spiritual master, I shouldn’t be the one
to write, I don’t have the latest
news from Russian ISKCON centers.
I am not the Padayatra chief or
chief of ISKCON’s news bureau
or even a pujari to tell you that
Radha-Gokulananda are happy.
I’m sure they all communicate with you
through the heart.
I’ve got this typewriter
and a yen to put out words
and direct them to you.
Not even clever…oh well,
I’ll never leave you.

Here they come on the walk,
there they go…now he’s in the lecture hall,
now he’s in his room
alone with Hari-sauri.
I’m wishing I were somewhere else.
I used to think America was home,
but now, Swamiji, I’m wandering.
At least I know you are the polestar,
and I am your orbiter
I hope it won’t be long when
you recognize me and call me
in close to get your orders
then, feeling quite fixed up
I’ll sail off on your mission.
Even now I’m doing that,
as I hear you speak.

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Devadeva Mirel, Alachua, USA: My Sink on Attic Mag!

My belvedere soapstone sink from M. Teixeira Soapstone on Attic Mag!
Now this was fun. I was finishing up my blog work for the day, making the rounds to my usual online haunts. Over at Attic Mag I was enjoying the post titled “Kitchen Contrasts: 1920-2010″ by Jane F. (There are a couple of Janes over there).
I’m reading. I’m scrolling. I’m liking what I see and planning to bookmark the post.
And then I come to my own sink! Whaaaa! What fun.
To read the entire post @ Attic Mag click here.

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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Remembering Govardhana Puja SDGonline Daily updates
We celebrated the day
seven-year old Krishna lifted the
Govardhana Hill. There were
many children there. One was
describing an animated film he’d
seen of Krishna’s pastimes. It
delighted him and the fifty-year old
man who’d also seen it
egged him on to do
mimicry and imitation of
the film.

I watched from the chair
as I ate my feast with
a plastic fork on a paper
plate. I was satisfied
by all the tastes and
felt myself to be
in good company.

What did the children
comprehend of Krishna?
They are raised by
devotee parents and
accept Him with faith.
But when they grow up
they’ll have to
decide for themselves.

This headstart will hold them
in good stead. Dancing around
hand in hand in a circle around
the halava and sweets
hill of Govardhana—they will
never forget it.

Everyone’s imperfect.
But we enjoy the food
and talk. Keli leads
the kirtana in a strong
voice and good meditation,
playing on the harmonium.
The chanting lifts us to
a transcendental place above
the disagreements, above
the anger, lust and envy.
Only a four-year old girl
is crying, and her mother takes
her out, it’s nothing serious.

I got the chance to lecture and
Kaulini Mataji said she’d been
reading the Krishna book chapters
on Govardhana and my talk was
almost word for word what
was in the book. We agreed
Prabhupada’s original presentation
of krishna-lila in the Krishna book
is the best. I had even
memorized what Krishna said
He wanted the cowherd people
to prepare: rice, dal,
halava, pakoras, puris
and many milk products
like sweet rice, sweet balls,
sandesa and rasagulla and laddus.
We had all these things and more,
Gauranga potatoes
made by Yugala-kisore were
my favorite.

Krishna book says it’s very important
to observe Govardhana Puja,
it’s mandatory. If you don’t
do it, it will be bad for you.
There are many poisonous snakes
on Govardhana Hill and they will
bite you and kill you, unless
you celebrate the day
with feast and kirtana.
We saved ourselves
and had a good time.

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H.H. Satsvarupa das Goswami: Various SDGonline Daily updates

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I turned at random to Canto 3, chapter 25, text 14: “Oh most pious mother, I shall now explain unto you the ancient yoga system, which I explained formerly to the great sages, it is serviceable and practical in every way.”

The Lord does not manufacture a new system of yoga. Sometimes it is claimed that someone has become an incarnation of God and is expounding a new theological aspect of the Absolute Truth. But here we find that although Kapila Muni is the Lord Himself and is capable of manufacturing a new doctrine for His mother, He nevertheless says, “I shall just explain the ancient system which I once explained to the great sages because they were also anxious to hear about it.” When we have an excellent process already present in Vedic scriptures, there is no need to concoct a new system, to mislead the innocent public. At present it has become a fashion to reject the standard system and perform something bogus in the name of a newly invented process of yoga.

Almost every year new systems of yoga are introduced with new yogis and new yoga styles appear. It has become a fashion for yogis to introduce their new methods and concoctions. But when the Supreme Lord Kapila was present, and wanted to teach yoga to His mother, He did not introduce a new system, although He was capable of such a thing. This shows the value of the original system of yoga as taught long ago and passed down unchanged by disciplic succession of masters and students. And especially in this age when conditions for meditation are unfavorable, the best system is sankirtana-yajna, with emphasis on congregational chanting of the holy names.

I started back at the beginning of the Krishna book. When Kamsa hears the voice in the sky he immediately grabs Devaki’s hair and is ready to cut her head off. Vasudeva’s opening speech seems too philosophical and brahminical in this emergency situation. It’s a very good lesson why one should not be afraid of death because it’s inevitable and we transfer  to another body. But I think it’s over the head of ferocious Kamsa, who’s arm is poised upraised and may be getting a little tired of being in that position. When Vasudeva sees his speech did nothing to convince Kamsa, he switched to a more diplomatic strategy and just tried to save his wife, saying they would turn any babies over to Kamsa to do as he liked. And he emphasized how it would be bad for Kamsa’s reputation if he killed his sister on her wedding day. Kamsa was pacified, and he freed Devaki and Vasudeva for the time being. But then Narada visited him and told him that the demigods were taking birth on the earth and preparing for the coming of the Lord. With the bad advice of his evil advisors, Kamsa put Vasudeva and Devaki in prison as well as gathering all the tribes. Vasudeva and Devaki had to suffer and Devaki had to give over six of her children to be killed by Kamsa. Later we learn in Krishna’s pastimes that the children were sons of Brahma who were cursed to die in this way because of their offenses to their father. It is a dark saga of krishna-lila and we have to accept the suffering of Devaki and Vasudeva as part of a higher plan. Things cannot be judged by any worldly standard of morality.

In Caitanya-bhagavata, Lord Caitanya has revealed His identity as the Personality of Godhead to Sarvabhauma Bhattacacarya. It is told in a different way than in the Caitanya-caritamrta. There is no debate between Gopinatha Acarya and the followers of Sarvabhuma Bhattacarya about the identity of Lord Caitanya. That is a good section for understanding how to accept Lord Caitanya, by His mercy. And in Caitanya-bhagavata, the Bhattacarya doesn’t speak Vedanta  with Lord Caitanya. But basically the story is the same, Sarvabhauma is shown the six-armed form of the Lord and composes one hundred verses in praise of Him and becomes His dear devotee.

I just thought of something I wanted to censor. There are a couple of things like that that have passed through my mind. Some of the confessional poets write down things that I refrain from saying because they are improper for the image I want to present as to who I am. But I try to practice so that I can. Sex stuff I refrain from writing here, and I thought about violence committed to a Vaisnava.

Why don’t you go downstairs and draw after this rather then watch the football game? Haridasa told me he saw me lecturing on Govardhana Puja on the website. So some of it wasn’t lost after all, but they didn’t see the dancing around the hill. My Godbrother Jnanagamya is in town helping his son fix up his house. He wrote a script for a movie. He has no money, and it would take lots of money to produce. I read the script and liked it. It’s a romantic comedy. The lead character is a Hare Krishna devotee who works in an advertising agency. He’s a brilliant worker and they let him wear his robes and sikha. A millionairess owns the place and goes to work there to find out what’s happening in her office. The two of them start up a strange kind of acquaintance and she becomes romantically inclined to him and he to her. He gives her Bhagavad-gita, and she becomes interested in Krishna consciousness. The philosophy is described but the romantic comedy keeps the proselytizing humorous and upbeat. In the beginning he is a committed celibate/brahmacari but by the final scene they get married. The millionairess donates her office building for use as a Hare Krishna cultural center. It has past life regression in it and that’s pretty far out. It turns out she was his spiritual master in a past life but…lots of fun. I don’t know if he’ll be able to raise money and sell it. A lot of difficulty in filming it in New York City…I have no money to invest but I wish him well.

I’ve chosen some CDs to take down to the art space in the basement. You could also listen to lectures by Srila Prabhupada. Discipline yourself to regularly spending time down there even in you can’t do very good art. Discipline yourself to drawing. Soon we’ll be getting paint and that will be even more of a commitment. These are all religious activities. Haridasa thinks it was wrong of Baladeva to sell my Govardhana drawing. He said it’s better if an artist keeps his work with him for a while as it helps him in doing new work. Hare Krishna is presented as universal religion in Jnanagamya’s film. It is not a crazy cult. The message of the movie Celibate in Chelsea was a good one, and it was told well. I almost felt I was watching the movie while I read the script.
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Japa Group: Easier For One To Always Chant

trnâd api sunîcena, taror iva sahisnunâ
amânina mânadena, kîrtanîyah sadâ harih

’’One who thinks himself lower than the grass, who is more tolerant than a tree, and who does not expect personal honor but is always prepared to give all respect to others, can very easily always chant the holy name of the Lord.’’

Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura says that this verse teaches one how to chant without offences by mentioning the four qualities necessary for non-stop chanting. In other words, by possessing these four devotional traits it will be much easier for one to always chant the holy name. The sastras prescribe constant chanting as the way to remove all offences.

From Illuminations on Nama Aparadha by Mahanidhi Swami
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Devadeva Mirel, Alachua, USA: Recipe : Eggless Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies

Cookies and milk and wintery morning sun. What a perfect way to end daylight savings time! While everyone else was snuggled away in bed, under blankets and tucked into flanneled pajamas, my boy and I snuck into the kitchen, unwrapped the butter left overnight on the cool marble counter to soften, and began measuring out ingredients.
In the early darkness of the chilly fall weather that finally snuck up on us and hopefully won’t sneak away too soon—we warmed the oven and snuggled against one another, rubbing cold noses and smelling like winter. The house was quiet except for our movements that echoed against the bare wood floors and were silenced by the motors of the mixer and the spice grinder. Faucets poured forth cold water and we smiled against the extra shivers, enjoying the novelty of trying to warm ourselves up after months of competing against the aggressive Florida heat.
Vanilla and maple extracts, rolled oats, brown sugar. Pack it down and then scoop it out. Into the stand mixer it all went, my boy proud and honored to be awake early, not having to share turns with his sister turning the mixer on and off. Sides of the bowl scraped down, parchment paper unfurled and flattened onto the baking sheets. Tablespoon by tablespoon the batches inched towards readiness.
Banana and butter and sugar all whipped to fluff in the food processor.
All together now in the stand mixer.
My boy doling out the dough.
Here’s how you can recreate this moment in the early hours of your own 40 degree morning…
Recipe : Eggless Banana Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies
(makes about 5-6 dozen)
2 cups all purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 tspn baking soda
3 sticks salted butter
1 cup evaporated cane sugar or turbinado sugar
1 packed cup brown sugar
2 tbs flax eggs
1 tbs vanilla extract
1-1/2 tspn maple extract
3 medium sized ripe bananas
3 cups rolled oats
2-1/2 cups chocolate chips
1 cup chopped walnuts or pecans
1) Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
2) Mix together flours, salt, baking soda in a bowl
3) In a food processor or with a mixer, cream together sugar, bananas and butter
4) Combine all wet and dry ingredients, excluding: oats, nuts, chips.
5) When well combined, add remaining ingredients.
6) Drop dough by the tablespoon onto a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
7) Bake sheets 10-13 minutes. Remove from oven, cool on wire rack.
**Cookies baked until barely golden will have a more cake like texture. Cookies baked until brownish will resemble a crunchy but not hard cookie.**

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Subhvavilasa das ACBSP, Toronto, CA: Subhavilasa das in Surgery at Hospital...

Krishna Krishna Krishna Krishna Krishna Krishna raksha mam

Hare Krishna,
Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhuada.
My dad (Subhavilasa das) is in surgery as I type this message. Prayers by devotees, God brothers and sisters and well wishers would be greatly appreciated and with Krishna's mercy the surgery will be a success.

Some may have noticed that with age he has been having a difficult time standing and walking. Bending, paying obeisances, etc. has become very painful for him and the doctors felt no other option but to operate.

Your servant,
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Akrura das, Gita Coaching: LEADERS DON’T MAKE EXCUSES

Click on the title to read an interesting article.
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Rupa Madhurya das, TX, USA: KuliMela 2006 - Yadunath das - Comedy - 7/11

Yadunath das's comedy act at Kulimela 2006 at New Vrndavan.  
Note: Comedy by it's very nature contains offensive material.  If you are easily offended, don't watch this. 
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By Giriraj Swami
When we were with His Divine Grace in Surat on his guru maharaja’s disappearance day, he remarked that on the absolute platform there is no difference between the appearance and disappearance of the spiritual master—just like the sunrise and sunset, both are beautiful
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Caitanya Mangala, CA, USA: Kulimela Australia: Limited Time Registration Discount

I’m going to keep this short and sweet!
It’s time to get excited as we are only 8 WEEKS AWAY from Kulimela Australia!
The dates are from the 27th of December 2010 through the 9th of January 2011, with the 4 day Kulimela part running from Thursday the 6th of January to Sunday the 9th.
You have only until Nov 14th to register yourself at the discounted “Child’s” booking rate.
This means AU $64 per week, which is almost half off the regular adult registration fee (AU $108).
We are on track to set the standard of these events with world class Kirtan leaders and the ideal location. Plus, of course, Seminars, Workshops, Japa Walks, Kuli Association, Sports Activities, Arts,  Fashion, Music, Performances & Amazing Prasadam!
For all you internationals, there has never been a better time to come to Australia. Please, come for Kulimela!
Please RSVP now to let us know you’re coming and pay your registration at
Your Friend & Servant,
Nitai – Festival Coordinator
“Any questions – Just ask! I look forward to meeting you all!”

  • Email to a friend Grand opening of the Five Star Hilton for Krishna cows

By Radha Mohan das
On 6th November His Holiness Bhakti Cari Swami and Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, the Attorney General for the British government opened the new farm complex, called New Gokul, at Bhaktivedanta Manor
  • Email to a friend Possible Explosive Devices Found at Local Religious Community

Amy Wadas: Residents at the New Vrindaben Community in Marshall County believe they were the target to a hate crime
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ISKCON ISKCON Devotees Contribute to Bhakti Fest 2010

By Madhava Smullen on 8 Nov 2010
Radhanath Swami
From September 9th to 12th this year ISKCON devotees pulled their weight by contributing to the performances and infrastructure at Bhakti Fest, a huge new draw for the increasingly popular U.S. kirtan yoga community.
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Madhava Ghosh dasa, New Vrndavan, USA: Now I Have Given The Ideas

July 31, 1976, New Mayapur (French farm)
Prabhupada:  Harer nama, harer nama [Adi 17.21]. Everyone is happy, the children, the woman. They don’t demand anything, that “Give us this, give us that.” They have simplified, automatically they have simplified their life. And gradually develop, make little cottages, grow little vegetable, little barley or wheat and milk. That is sufficient. We don’t require much.
We don’t want luxury. We want just to subsist. Yavad artha prayojana. We hate the idea of luxury, unnecessary. Do the outsider come to see? Yes?
Bhagavan: Yes.
Prabhupada: What do they say?
Bhagavan: They are impressed with how much we have done.
Prabhupada: They will be more and more impressed. What is this city life? In Paris, simply to fulfill the necessities of life, a professional prostitute, so many. And people from all over the world, they come here for indulge in prostitute. From our childhood we know. What a civilization they have made. Spoiling the life. Then, after finish this life, you just become a cat, a dog, or a tree and stand up. And all other planets are vacant. Simply this planet is filled up, overpopulation. Kill them. Why not send there? So vacant land.
(laughter) “That we cannot do.” Then what is your scientific research? “Yes, we are trying. Wait millions of years.” (laughter) These bluffing rascals. Don’t be misled. Live peacefully here, chant Hare Krsna.
Hari-sauri: If you like, we can set up for the film now.
Prabhupada: Now I have given the ideas, the philosophy, in the books. So it is your business to develop all over the world. You are very intelligent, Europeans and Americans. Give it a shape, for the world prosperity. Give it a practical…. It is practical. There is no difficulty. So much land. Very good fertile land in Africa, Australia, in America. All of them can be utilized for the happiness of the whole world.

Filed under: Cows and Environment
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Atma Yoga, Brisbane, AU: Kirtan on Friday Night

This Friday the 12th November there will be kirtan at Atma Yoga
Kirtan Australia presents-Kirtan with Vaiyasaki Das
Atma yoga is delighted to present an evening of sacred Sanskrit mantra chants with legendary kirtan singer Vaiyasaki Das, accompanied by local kirtan band Crystal Dolphin.
Friday the 12th November 7pm
Entry is $20 with light refreshments provided.
Atma yoga First floor 99 Elizabeth Street Brisbane City Phone 0450738971
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Subhvavilasa das ACBSP, Toronto, CA: Not quite the fireworks they wanted in New Vrindaban.

See attached article link about "Possible Explosive Devices Found" in New Vrindaban.
For some I am sure they were reminded of the brazen attack that took place in the 70's by the biker gang in New Vrindaban. In this case it is more than probably a act by a few local punks but concious security seems to be required more and more since temples are public places and can attract all sorts of elements.

ISKCON Houston having their Radha Krishna deities stolen recently reminded of how Srila Prabhupada's murti was taken from ISKCON Toronto many years ago. A while back my son and daughter-in-law and my grandkids went on a trip and went to an ISKCON center which they had gone to many times before especially as youngsters. When they came back from the trip they told me how they were in the temple for over an hour and chanting in front of the deities but did not see anyone at all despite looking around. The  deity gates were locked and Srila Prabhupada and everything else was in the open. As they were preparing to leave they finally saw someone coming into the temple. 

Krishna protects however devotees need to be security concious as Srila Prabhupada instructed us. 
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Akrura das, Gita Coaching: THEY IMITATE

All the living entities, being Your parts and parcels, are naturally joyful, eternal and full of knowledge, but due to their own faults they imitate You by trying to become the supreme enjoyer.

Thus they disobey Your supremacy and become offenders.

And because of their offenses, Your material energy has taken charge of them.

Thus their transcendental qualities of joyfulness, bliss and wisdom have been covered by the clouds of the three material qualities.

This cosmic manifestation, made of the three material qualities, is just like a prison house for the conditioned souls.

The conditioned souls are struggling very hard to escape from material bondage, and according to their different conditions of life they have been given different types of engagement.

But since all engagements are based on knowledge supplied by You, the conditioned souls can execute pious activities only when You mercifully inspire them to do so.

Therefore, without taking shelter at Your lotus feet one cannot surpass the influence of material energy.

Krsna Book 87: Prayers by the Personified Vedas
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Akrura das, Gita Coaching: FOCUS

Focus on abundance and gratitude instead of scarcity and blame.
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H.H. Sivarama Swami: Pictures of Radha Damodara and an art worth learning

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H.H. Sivarama Swami: B. Andrey asks about computer games

B. Summon about Dantavakra’s parents and B. Richard whether it is worth to continue chanting even though one knows he/she is not up to initiation in this life, at which time it is said one really receives the holy name?
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ISKCON Brisbane, AU: Srila Prabhupada's Disappearance day - Wed 10 Nov

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Ananda Subramanian, Iowa, USA: Yet another study linking red meat with cancer

Red and processed meats have been linked to an increase in colorectal cancer and now a possible link has been noted to esophageal and stomach cancers according to a new study by US researchers. Amanda J. Cross, PhD., from the National Cancer Institute, and colleagues have published their findings in the latest issue of the American Journal of Gastroenterology.

Please read the whole story

Hare Krishna
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By Abhaya Mudra Dasi
For many, Pashupatinath of Kathmandu, Nepal is the place of Lord Shiva’s appearance. However, Shiva (being the greatest mystic) his place of appearance and the details of his appearance remain a matter of debate.
  • Email to a friend In Search of the Greatest Vaishnava

By Patita Pavana das
“Lord Shiva, the spiritual master of the entire world, is free from enmity. He remains ever peaceful and self-satisfied. Among the devatas, no one is greater. How, then, is it possible that Daksha could be inimical towards such an auspicious personality?” (SB 4.2.28)
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By Dailymail reporter
Udder madness! Pampered cattle produce Britain's most expensive pint of milk... at a staggering £1.70
  • Email to a friend Vraj Parikrama 2010 (7th to10th day) Goverdhan Parikrama & Radhakund

By Lakshman das
There are many important spots that is visited while going around Govardhana Hill. The Six Gosvamis of Vrindavana would all do parikrama of Govardhana Hill. Sanatana Gosvami and Raghunatha das Gosvami, when they stayed near Govardhana, would do parikrama daily
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Vinod Bihari das: The Bhaktivedanta Swami Gurukula School is currently seeking to employ a full time Primary School Teacher. This is a full time salaried position. It is also a wonderful opportunity to serve Srila Prabhupada, the younger devotee generation and the future of ISKCON.
  • Email to a friend Wishing You an Auspicious Diwali

Krishna Kirti Das: To those who received our recent newsletter, we apologize for the formatting errors that made the text difficult to read and links even more difficult to find. A clean version of the newsletter is available to read on our website at this link:
  • Email to a friend Hare Krishna sect cows’ ‘ahimsa’ milk amidst mantras is UK’s costliest! Britain's pampered cattle, which wear garlands and are milked by hands to the sound of sacred mantras, are said to produce the most expensive milk in the land at 1.70 pounds per pint.
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Yoga of Ecology, Bhakta Chris, USA: Navajos Hope To Shift From Coal To Wind And Sun

Click here to read the full article from the New York Times
“It’s a new day for the Navajo people,” said Lori Goodman, an official with Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment, a group founded 22 years ago by Mr. Tulley. “We can’t be trashing the land anymore.”
Both presidential candidates in the Navajo election have made the pursuit of cleaner energy a campaign theme, but significant hurdles remain, including that Indian tribes, as sovereign entities, are not eligible for tax credits that help finance renewable energy projects elsewhere.
And replacing coal revenue would not be easy. The mining jobs that remain, which pay union wages, are still precious on a reservation where unemployment is estimated at 50 percent to 60 percent.
“Mining on Black Mesa,” Peabody officials said in a statement, “has generated $12 billion in direct and implied economic benefits over the past 40 years, created thousands of jobs, sent thousands of students to college and restored lands to a condition that is as much as 20 times more productive than native range.”
They added, “Renewables won’t come close to matching the scale of these benefits.”
But many Navajos see the waning of coal as inevitable and are already looking ahead. Some residents and communities are joining together or pairing with outside companies to pursue small-scale renewable energy projects on their own.
Wahleah Johns, a member of the new Navajo Green Economy Commission, is studying the feasibility of a small solar project on reclaimed mining lands with two associates. In the meantime, she uses solar panels as a consciousness-raising tool.
“How can we utilize reclamation lands?” she said to Mr. Yazzie during a recent visit as they held their young daughters in his living room. “Maybe we can use them for solar panels to generate electricity for Los Angeles, to transform something that’s been devastating for our land and water into something that can generate revenue for your family, for your kids.”
Mr. Yazzie, who lives with his wife, three children and two brothers, said he liked the idea. “Once Peabody takes all the coal out, it’ll be gone,” he said. “Solar would be long-term. Solar and wind, we don’t have a problem with. It’s pretty windy out here.”
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Gouranga TV: Aindra In Vrindavan – Kirtan 3

Aindra In Vrindavan – Kirtan 3

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H.H. Sivarama Swami

Unless we take care of the books and preach and read the books ourselves, unless we understand the philosophy, this Hare Krishna will be finished within a few years, because there will be no life.
- Srila Prabhupada
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Japa Group: Free From This Hankering

The taste of the Hare Krishna mantra can be tasted by one who is free from material hankering. Everyone in this material world is hankering for material enjoyment, but one who is free from this hankering can taste how relishable the Bhagavatam is. The word Bhagavata refers to anything in relationship to Bhagavan, the Supreme Lord, and the Hare Krishna mantra is also bhagavata.

From Bhajan Kutir #124
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