In this clipping radhanath swami is explaining how Gopas would enjoy daily different games with krishna and balaram in the beautiful forest of vrindavan… and these pastimes were not ordinary…
A place has its potency. Mundane example: the influence of the bombs that were dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki could be felt even several years later; the residual radioactivity caused thousands of cancer deaths. The Vedic scriptures describe that holy places have tremendous spiritual potency owing to the tons of …
We put so much of our faith in modern science and what the scientists say. Why? Because we see the results produced by modern science—all the facilities that make our life so comfortable.
“Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools.” These were the words spoken by Napoleon Bonaparte. How true are they? They are innumerable things that are just not possible for a human.
“What makes a nation?” Callow as we were, just entering our teens, none of us could give a precise answer to this simple question posed by our school teacher. At last she herself answered, “It’s the people.”
But the positive attitude which most motivational speakers talk about has its intrinsic limitations. Can it survive the onslaughts of terminal diseases, of old age, of death?
It was Gandhi who pointed out that in the world we live in, there are sufficient resources for everyone’s need, but insufficient resources for everyone’s greed.