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Training Tomorrow’s Leaders

Training Tomorrow’s Leaders

We all know that education is for training tomorrow's leaders. But today's schools are little more than training grounds for criminals. So where are we going to get tomorrow's leaders?…

The Things Christ Had to Keep Secret

The Things Christ Had to Keep Secret

"I have yet many things to say unto you," Christ told a world, filled with crudeness and ignorance, "but ye cannot bear them now" (John 16:12).…

Peace on Earth Or Earth in Pieces?

Peace on Earth Or Earth in Pieces?

I'd been distributing my spiritual master's books to San Antonio servicemen since nine o'clock that morning. Now I had to catch the bus from the base back into the city…

Searching for the Place of No Anxiety…

Searching for the Place of No Anxiety…

Atheist-existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre writes that because man wants to be God but cannot, he is a "useless passion" in a universe that has no purpose—and thus, he is always in…

KRISHNA — The Lifter of Govardhana Hill

KRISHNA — The Lifter of Govardhana Hill

The inhabitants of Vrindavan were simply astonished to see Krishna holding up Govardhana Hill with the little finger of His left hand.…

Farming With Krishna in Mind

Farming With Krishna in Mind

“Human prosperity flourishes by natural gifts, and not by gigantic industrial enterprises, “says His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, who has founded many Krishna-conscious farming communities all over the…

Discovering the Transcendental Taste

Discovering the Transcendental Taste

From cow's milk, says Srila Prabhupada, you get butter and so many other things, and you can add fruit, vegetables, and grains to make hundreds and thousands of preparations--that is…

Great Spiritual Masters Throughout History: Madhavendra Puri

Great Spiritual Masters Throughout History: Madhavendra Puri

Before Madhavendra Puri, most Indians worshiped Lord Krishna in a ritualistic fashion, according to strict rules and regulations. Such formal worship is necessary for those who have not awakened their…

From Despair to Love (Part 2) Making the Leap of Faith

From Despair to Love (Part 2) Making the Leap of Faith

Soren Kierkegaard, the father of existentialism, said we have to make the leap of faith and he saw the goal as God. He wrote, "There is a God—His will is…

A Farm in France

A Farm in France

New Mayapur has had instant appeal, here the atmosphere is so peaceful and alive that spiritual living comes naturally. At a place like this, people can feel themselves becoming spiritually…

The Year-long Lunch

The Year-long Lunch

Krishna said, "Look at this wonderful place!", the bank of the Yamuna River, "This is an ideal place to eat our lunch. Afterward, we can play on the soft, sandy…

The World of Names

The World of Names

Everywhere you look there are so many names. Names for packages, names for signposts, names for places, names for plants, names for people. Names are convenient, and maybe a little…

Can We Keep Society from Going to the Dogs?

Can We Keep Society from Going to the Dogs?

Many observers feel that with corruption so common and scandal nearly standard, society is in a bad way and getting worse. What's really happening, and what to do? India's Bhavans…

King Ambarisa and the Great Yogi

King Ambarisa and the Great Yogi

King Ambarisa was famous as a pure devotee of Lord Krishna. "But why," Durvasa Muni wondered, "should people respect him more than a great mystic yogi like me? I will…

Six Lessons on Transmigration (Reincarnation)

Six Lessons on Transmigration (Reincarnation)

"Transmigration," "reincarnation," "astral travel," "life after death"—topics once hardly mentioned but now much talked about. Is there a soul? Can the soul live outside the body? What happens to the…

Religion: Separating the Bogus from the Bonafide

Religion: Separating the Bogus from the Bonafide

Who will say which religion is false and which genuine, which harmful and which beneficial? What we need is not someone's self-interested opinion but a reliable, nonsectarian standard for separating…

From Despair to Love

From Despair to Love

Soren Kierkegaard was a mid-nineteenth-century Danish philosopher who is generally regarded as the father of existentialism. A devout Christian, he believed that religious truth is not innate within man, and…

The Weather Emergency – Why and What to Do?

The Weather Emergency – Why and What to Do?

In the middle of one of the worst droughts ever, our scientists are resorting to "cloud seeding"-—but they can't find any clouds to seed… Could it be that amid all…

Nirvana – Annihilation or Devotion?

Nirvana – Annihilation or Devotion?

German pessimist philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) thought that nirvana, (freedom from suffering) means becoming desireless—putting an end to our will. But His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada disagrees.…

The Brahmana Boy Who Strode the Universe

The Brahmana Boy Who Strode the Universe

With the whole universe as his realm, King Bali gladly promised to give the little brahmana boy just three steps of land… . No one could have foreseen how colossal…

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