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Thanks…your answer was of lots of help
» Posted By Bhumika On May 31, 2010 @ 4:26 pm
very interesting article, but I have a question that’s bothering me since long time…when we start being Krishna consciousness and dedicate our time to Krishna and leave apart our material desires such as partying…why do we start feeling that we are not worthy?? all our friends are partying and for sudden people start talking bad about us, saying that we are outdated, we don’t know how to enjoy…and that makes me feel very odd…why??…please rely
» Posted By Bhumika On May 16, 2010 @ 1:35 am
Thanks a lot to post such an interesting article…but I have a question…
If human life is not for working…how will we pay our live debts???
According to the Bhagavad Gita, we humans are born with debts and we must repay those debts.
If we just think in how to grow spiritually, how will we be able to back to Godhead, without repaying our debts…is there any way we can repay our debts and also be with Krishna Consciousness???
As a human being, don’t we have some responsibility toward parents, teachers, nature how gives us food, etc?
» Posted By Bhumika On July 24, 2009 @ 2:46 am
so true…very interesting…but I have a question
The Brahmana read Vedic literature and knows about GOD
The Cobbler is simple mending shoes
still how can a cobbler cultivate such a faith in GOD that the Brahmana could not cultivate although he reads the Vedic literature and knows the religion???
how can one cultivate faith or learn to have faith???
» Posted By Bhumika On September 5, 2010 @ 1:34 am
Love for Krishna is the highest form of devotion
but when one gets married and the love we feel for the partner (husband or wife), what kind of love or affection will be that?
how can be differentiate the “Love for Krishna” or “Love for Partner”?
» Posted By Bhumika On August 18, 2010 @ 5:01 pm
Definitely the motor of the body is soul, but as you mention the motor “body” have some need such as eating, sex, sleeping, and cleanness…but at some point we get so attached to these needs that we aren’t able to concentrate on our soul…we just keep thinking about bodily needs…what should be done, in that case???
» Posted By Bhumika On September 8, 2009 @ 12:55 am
Thank You for posting this article…many times I keep thinking what really makes me happy and I keep searching for happiness in the material world, but I was always disappointed because I never found it…once again thanks for the article, it really opened my eyes…HARE KRISHNA!
» Posted By Bhumika On January 28, 2011 @ 3:15 am
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long…but very interesting and nice article…
» Posted By Bhumika On October 11, 2009 @ 2:47 am