Does papa-yonayah in Gita 9.32 refer to a fourth category?
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Article by Hari Parshad Prabhu that compiles and analyzes a dozen acharyas commentaries on Gita 9.32

Prabhupada quotes using papa-yonayah as a fourth category, to refer to those outside varnashrama (compiled by Revati Vallabha P)

Päpa-yoni means muci, less than the çüdras. If he takes to Kåñëa consciousness, te 'pi yänti paräà gatim, they are also eligible to go back to home, back to Godhead. So even a muci or a päpa-yoni born in the low grade family, if he takes to Kåñëa consciousness, he becomes a devatä. This is also confirmed in the Çrémad-Bhägavatam by Çukadeva Gosvämé, kiräta-hüëändhra…  - Bhagavad-gétä 16.7 — Sanand, December 26, 1975

Päpa-yoni, low-born. Päpa-yoni. There are... They are mentioned in the çästras, kiräta-hüëändhra-pulinda-pulkaçä äbhéra-çumbhä yavanäù khasädayaù [SB 2.4.18]. They are considered as caëòäla, less than the çüdras.  - Bhagavad-gétä 16.1-3 — Hawaii, January 29, 1975

Kåñëa says that "Anyone who takes shelter of Me, even he belongs to the päpa-yoni..." Päpa-yoni means the caëòälas, less than the çüdras. Striyo vaiçyäs tathä çüdräù... Again He mentions. Te 'pi yänti paräà gatim. So they are eligible to go back to home, back to Godhead. There are so many instances. Kiräta-hüëändhra-pulinda-pulkaçä äbhéra-çumbhä yavanäù khasädayaù, ye 'nye ca päpäù: [SB 2.4.18] "Lower than them, still more sinful," çudhyanti, "they can be purified," prabhaviñëave namaù, "if he becomes a Vaiñëava."  Çrémad-Bhägavatam 3.26.27 —Bombay, January 4, 1975

Kåñëa says in the Bhagavad-gétä, mäà hi pärtha vyapäçritya ye 'pi syuù päpa-yonayaù [Bg. 9.32]. Päpa-yoni means to take birth in low class family or demonic family. So päpa-yonayaù. Kåñëa says openly, ye 'pi syuù päpa-yonayaù. Anyone, it doesn't matter, even if he is born in a päpa-yoni Päpa-yoni means generally less than the çüdras.  Çrémad-Bhägavatam 7.6.1 — Våndävana, December 2, 1975

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Does Gita 18.56 refer to karma-yoga or bhakti-yoga?
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How can a material process karma-yoga grow into the transcendental process bhakti-yoga?
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Money grabbing BBT?
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Is the BBT just money grabbing always looking for an opportunity to charge?
I wonder if like me how many use the eBook or app to access Srila Prabhupada books whilst on the go, do we show due diligence to check the source, or is the cheaper the better and what beats that is free.

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Were living in a society which is slowly loosing the true understanding of real value, captivated by slick adverts for product’s often made in sweatshop in far off countries or special offers with a promise of free this free that; we remain captivated and bound to materialistic nature.
So we now have Srila Prabhupada books the cure for this disease, but contaminated the same wanting something for nothing mentality prevails wanting all of the books for as little as possible no matter what the source.
The question is how much do we love Srila Prabhupada?
Enough to purchase the books from the BBT the custodian who are charged in caring for printing and distribution of Srila Prabhupada books or do we feel well it doesn’t matter after all the words are the same, right!
Before we press the download or install button do we check the source, or make sure the correct royalties are being made, this protects the intellectual property and ensures that Srila Prabhupada books can be distributed for many many years to come.
After all everything has a value, we should show our appreciation and pay the true asking price for Srila Prabhupada books and if you take in the real value the words held within it still remains at this price as cheap as chips
So think BBT first when purchasing Srila Prabhupada books its not money grabbing its supporting ISKCON the institution Srila Prabhupada set up; by doing this we show our true love and appreciation

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Srngar Vat oct 13 HG Bada Haridas Prabhu’s Kirtan
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Srngar Vat oct 13 HG Bada Haridas Prabhu’s Kirtan

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Invitation to Join in on New Vrindaban’s weekly Harinama Sankirtan Party
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The original Harinama Sankirtan Party

The original Harinama Sankirtan Party

The “golden avatara” of this age of Kali Yuga, Lord Chaitanya, spoke these words:  “Glory to the Sri Krishna sankirtana, which cleanses the heart of all the dust accumulated for years and extinguishes the fire of conditional life, of repeated birth and death. This sankirtana movement is the prime benediction for humanity at large because it spreads the rays of the benediction moon. It is the life of all transcendental knowledge. It increases the ocean of transcendental bliss, and it enables us to fully taste the nectar for which we are always anxious.”

Devotees at New Vrindaban have begun to go out regularly to both Pittsburgh, PA and Wheeling, WV to give the opportunity to the people in general of hearing the sublime sound of the Lord’s Holy Name:

Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare              Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

Everyone is invited to join.  Meet at the temple at 10:00 A.M. Wednesdays and Fridays, or meet them at Schenley Park, Oakland, Pittsburgh.  Call 304 843 1600 ext 106 for information.

And please  mark your 2015 calendar for Sat. Sept. 12 –  New Vrindaban and Ohio Valley’s 4th Annual Festival of Colors!

The main Pittsburgh newspaper tells the story:

PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE–SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2014

(Rebecca Droke/Post Gazette)

  Olliva Pasoazl, a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh, dances in Oakland on Friday with members of the Hare Krishna movement  from Moundsville, W.Va.

The Hare Krishnas come every Wednesday and Friday to  Forbes Avenue and Schenley Drive to

 “spread the consciousness of God so that we can all be happy,” said Autumn Radii Dasi, right.

Harinama near Schenley Park, the university district, Oakland, Pittsburgh.

Harinama near Schenley Park, the university district, Oakland, Pittsburgh.

bliss in pgh

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Value Education and Spirituality 29 – Ramayana 11 – Vali 2 – Real repentance is seen in rectification
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Value Education and Spirituality 28 – Ramayana 10 – Vali 1 – Judging without understanding ruins relationships
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Value Education and Spirituality 27 – Ramayana 9 – Shabari – See not the body’s caste – see the heart’s character
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Value Education and Spirituality 26 – Ramayana 8 – Jatayu – Fight atrocities against women
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“I’m a dreamer”
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(Kadamba Kanana Swami, 17 September 2014, Cape Town, South Africa,  BYS Lecture – Leadership and Compassion) 

KKS_AUS_2014I am older than all of you, so I have some old songs in my head. John Lennon is still in my head, You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one!” That is a fact.

We need dreams in this world. We need people who have idealism and who say, “We are going to do something different! We are going to try to do it anyway, in spite of the system!”

So find a creative way, instead of just slotting in. It is pretty depressing if you just go into a slot that is ultimately waiting for you and that is your life and you know exactly what you are going to be doing when you are fifty-three. Exciting!?

So be brave! Have the courage and try something, with some idealism. We need people with a dream in this world. Such people move the hearts of others. People who live for a dream – these people we remember!

 

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SB 9.6.48 Class Notes
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I am always humbled and amazed at being asked to give class and the compassion of the devotees who overlook my inadequacy and see the good points in what is presented.
This time although hours of research was done I forgot to use the Srimad Bhagavatam quotes as I looked deep into the four regulative principles and how they are actually four protective principles that protects both devotee and society.
My own conclusion was that by replacing these four materialistic endeavours with four simple spiritual ones: Kirtan, prasadam, devotee association and association with Srila Prabhupada by reading his books.
These simple changes make the biggest difference in our emotional welfare and brings greater joy and lasting bliss.
So here was my notes although most do overlap in their ability to degrade the individual and corrupt society.

Sex Life

London Harrow statistics 2013 (department of health)

1,136 abortions of which 131 were repeat abortions (under 25 years old)

Age 15-24 std Chlamydia 334/100,000 Genetal warts 209/100,000 Genetal herpies 119/100,000

Underwent HIV testing 3,030 women 2,701 men

Divorces 39% end in divorce 47% for unreasonable behaviour whilst 15% due to infidelity Divorce is highest between 3-6 years decreases for each year thereafter

Translation

Sometimes, as if blinded by the dust of a whirlwind, the conditioned soul sees the beauty of the opposite sex, which is called pramada. Being thus bewildered, he is raised upon the lap of a woman, and at that time his good senses are overcome by the force of passion. He thus becomes almost blind with lusty desire and disobeys the rules and regulations governing sex life. He does not know that his disobedience is witnessed by different demigods, and he enjoys illicit sex in the dead of night, not seeing the future punishment awaiting him.

Purport

In Bhagavad-gita (7.11) it is said: dharmaviruddho bhutesu kamo ‘smi bharatarsabha. Sex is allowed only for the begetting of children, not for enjoyment. One can indulge in sex to beget a good child for the benefit of the family, society and world. Otherwise, sex is against the rules and regulations of religious life. A materialistic person does not believe that everything is managed in nature, and he does not know that if one does something wrong, he is witnessed by different demigods. A person enjoys illicit sex, and due to his blind, lusty desire, he thinks that no one can see him, but this illicit sex is thoroughly observed by the agents of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Therefore the person is punished in so many ways, presently in Kali-yuga there are many pregnancies due to illicit sex, and sometimes abortions ensue. These sinful activities are witnessed by the agents of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and a man and woman who create such a situation are punished in the future by the stringent laws of material nature (daivi hy esa guna-mayi mama maya duratyaya [Bg. 7.14]). Illicit sex is never excused, and those who indulge in it are punished life after life. As confirmed in Bhagavad-gita (16.20):

asurim yonim apanna

mudha janmani janmani

mam aprapyaiva kaunteya

tato yanty adhamam gatim

“Attaining repeated birth among the species of demoniac life, such persons can never approach Me. Gradually they sink down to the most abominable type of existence.”

The Supreme Personality of Godhead does not allow anyone to act against the stringent laws of material nature; therefore illicit sex is punished life after life. Illicit sex creates pregnancies, and these unwanted pregnancies lead to abortion. Those involved become implicated in these sins, so much so that they are punished in the same way the next life. Thus in the next life they also enter the womb of a mother and are killed in the same way. All these things can be avoided by remaining on the transcendental platform of Krsna consciousness. In this way one does not commit sinful activity. Illicit sex is the most prominent sin due to lusty desire. When one associates with the mode of passion, he is implicated in suffering life after life.

SB 5.14.9

Alcohol concern/NHS

Misuse of alcohol costs England approximately £21billion per year in health care, crime and lost productivity

2.6million children live with parents who are drinking hazardously 705,000 living with dependent drinker’s

Alcohol is the causing factor in more than 60 medical conditions including mouth, throat, stomach, liver and breast cancer. High blood pressure, cirrhosis of the liver and depression

1.2million alcohol related hospital admission in England 92,200 under 18 years of age 1.6million dependent on alcohol in England

9990 people casualties of drink driving 280 fatal 1290 serious injuries 47% of all violent incidents 917,000 offences were under the influence of alcohol

Translation

Once this brahmana Ajamila, following the order of his father, went to the forest to collect fruit, flowers and two kinds of grass, called samit and kusa. On the way home, he came upon a sudra, a very lusty, fourth-class man, who was shamelessly embracing and kissing a prostitute. The sudra was smiling, singing and enjoying as if this were proper behavior. Both the sudra and the prostitute were drunk. The prostitute’s eyes were rolling in intoxication, and her dress had become loose. Such was the condition in which Ajamila saw them.

Purport

While traveling along the public way, Ajamila came upon a fourth-class man and a prostitute, who are vividly described here. Drunkenness was sometimes manifest even in bygone ages, although not very frequently. In this age of Kali, however, such sin is to be seen everywhere, for people all over the world have become shameless. Long ago, when he saw the scene of the drunken sudra and the prostitute, Ajamila, who was a perfect brahmacari, was affected. Nowadays such sin is visible in so many places, and we must consider the position of a brahmacari student who sees such behavior. For such a brahmacari to remain steady is very difficult unless he is extremely strong in following the regulative principles. Nevertheless, if one takes to Krsna consciousness very seriously, he can withstand the provocation created by sin. In our Krsna consciousness movement we prohibit illicit sex, intoxication, meat-eating and gambling. In Kali-yuga, a drunk, half-naked woman embracing a drunk man is a very common sight, especially in the Western countries, and restraining oneself after seeing such things is very difficult. Nevertheless, if by the grace of Krsna one adheres to the regulative principles and chants the Hare Krsna mantra, Krsna will certainly protect him. Indeed, Krsna says that His devotee is never vanquished (kaunteya pratijanihi na me bhaktah pranasyati [Bg. 9.31]). Therefore all the disciples practicing Krsna consciousness should obediently follow the regulative principles and remain fixed in chanting the holy name of the Lord. Then there need be no fear. Otherwise one’s position is very dangerous, especially in this Kali-yuga.

SB 6.1.58, SB 6.1.59, SB 6.1.60, SB 6.1.58-60

Gambling commission

Gross gambling yeald £6.3billion 73% of the adult population participate in some form of gambling No “gold standard” for measuring problem gambling 64 out of 7,756 gamblers were categorised as problem gamblers

Reasons for gambling Chance of a big win 83% Fun 78% To make money 53%

The NHS puts rates of depression and attempted suicide at double that of the national average, and are more likely to go to prison as a result of criminal activity

BBC found that the average online gambling debt in Britain was £25,000

Translation

Bhagiratha had a son named Sruta, whose son was Nabha. This son was different from the Nabha previously described. Nabha had a son named Sindhudvipa, from Sindhudvipa came Ayutayu, and from Ayutayu came Rtuparna, who became a friend of Nalaraja. Rtuparna taught Nalaraja the art of gambling, and Nalaraja gave Rtuparna lessons in controlling and maintaining horses. The son of Rtuparna was Sarvakama.

Purport

Gambling is also an art. Ksatriyas are allowed to exhibit talent in this art of gambling. By the grace of Krsna, the Pandavas lost everything by gambling and were deprived of their kingdom, wife, family and home because they were not expert in the gambling art. In other words, a devotee may not be expert in materialistic activities. It is therefore advised in the sastra that materialistic activities are not at all suitable for the living entities, especially the devotees. A devotee should therefore be satisfied to eat whatever is sent as prasada by the Supreme Lord. A devotee remains pure because he does not take to sinful activities such as gambling, intoxication, meat-eating and illicit sex.

SB 9.9.16, SB 9.9.17, SB 9.9.16-17

Slaughter of cattle UK

September figures 46,060 cows 53,634 heifers (cows which have not born or only had one calf)

2013 thousand tons Beef & Veal 846.7 Mutton & lamb 289.5 Pig meat 833.1

Translation

A devotee must execute his prescribed duties, which are glorious, without material profit. Without excessive violence, one should regularly perform one’s devotional activities.

Purport

Another significant phrase in this verse is natihimsrena (“with minimum violence or sacrifice of life”). Even if a devotee has to commit violence, it should not be done beyond what is necessary. Sometimes the question is put before us: “You ask us not to eat meat, but you are eating vegetables. Do you think that is not violence?” The answer is that eating vegetables is violence, and vegetarians are also committing violence against other living entities because vegetables also have life. Nondevotees are killing cows, goats and so many other animals for eating purposes, and a devotee, who is vegetarian, is also killing. But here, significantly, it is stated that every living entity has to live by killing another entity; that is the law of nature. Jivo jivasya jivanam: one living entity is the life for another living entity. But for a human being, that violence should be committed only as much as necessary. SB 3.29.15

Final Notes

Translation

In the age of Satya [truthfulness] your four legs were established by the four principles of austerity, cleanliness, mercy and truthfulness. But it appears that three of your legs are broken due to rampant irreligion in the form of pride, lust for women, and intoxication.

Purport

But gradually, as the basic principles of brahminical culture, namely austerity, cleanliness, mercy and truthfulness, became curtailed by proportionate development of pride, attachment for women and intoxication, the path of salvation or the path of transcendental bliss retreated far, far away from human society. With the progression of the age of Kali, people are becoming very proud, and attached to women and intoxication. By the influence of the age of Kali, even a pauper is proud of his penny, the women are always dressed in an overly attractive fashion to victimize the minds of men, and the man is addicted to drinking wine, smoking, drinking tea and chewing tobacco, etc. All these habits, or so-called advancement of civilization, are the root causes of all irreligiosities, and therefore it is not possible to check corruption, bribery and nepotism. Man cannot check all these evils simply by statutory acts and police vigilance, but he can cure the disease of the mind by the proper medicine, namely advocating the principles of brahminical culture or the principles of austerity, cleanliness, mercy and truthfulness. Modern civilization and economic development are creating a new situation of poverty and scarcity with the result of blackmailing the consumer’s commodities. If the leaders and the rich men of the society spend fifty percent of their accumulated wealth mercifully for the misled mass of people and educate them in God consciousness, the knowledge of Bhagavatam, certainly the age of Kali will be defeated in its attempt to entrap the conditioned souls. We must always remember that false pride, or too high an estimation of one’s own values of life, undue attachment to women or association with them, and intoxication will divert human civilization from the path of peace, however much the people clamor for peace in the world. The preaching of the Bhagavatam principles will automatically render all men austere, clean both inside and outside, merciful to the suffering, and truthful in daily behavior. That is the way of correcting the flaws of human society, which are very prominently exhibited at the present moment.

SB 1.17.24

Well I hope it all makes sense and helps focus the minds on how liberating the regulative principles are and increase our desire to keep them and develop our spiritual life more fully

Hare Krishna

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Bhagavatam-daily 14 – 11.07.04 – The departure of Krishna’s outer manifestation impels us to take shelter of his ever-accesssible manifestations
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Whatever Our Condition May Be
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Whatever our condition may be, we should begin chanting immediately. By the power of the Hare Krishna mantra, we will gradually be relieved from all material contamination and will get shelter at the lotus feet of Krishna, the ultimate goal of life.

Sri Caitanya-caritamrta
Madhya-lila, 25.199 Purport

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Another New E-book from the BBT: Sri Isopanisad in Albanian
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The 108 Upanisads are considered the essence of all the Vedas, and Sri Isopanisad is foremost among them. The readers can discover the distilled essence of all knowledge in these eighteen enlightening verses.

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Mongolian Krishna Mandir Receives Official Religious Status, New Temple on the Way
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Devotees used to hold programs in a traditional yurt, often packing it up and moving locations in true nomadic style.

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Award-Winning Flutist Infuses Lessons with Krishna
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On September 8th, award-winning flutist Luis De La Calle opened his own music academy in Geneva, Switzerland, where students aged four through seventy-five can learn the transverse flute, recorder, pan flute, and Japanese, Bansuri, and Peruvian bamboo flutes. But his lessons come with added spiritual nutrition. Because Luis, also known as Bhadra Rupa Das, is an ISKCON devotee.

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ISKCON Organizes First Diwali at Rome City Hall
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Devotees headed by ISKCON Communications director for Italy Parabhakti Das organized and participated in the Diwali celebrations at Rome’s City Hall on October 23rd, with positive results. “If Brussels is the diplomatic capital of Europe, Rome is its capital from the religious and cultural point of view,” Parabhakti says. “So it is important that our movement is well represented and clearly visible in this world-famous city.”

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More than 10,000 attend Diwali 2014 at the Bhaktivedanta Manor Hare Krishna Temple
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Communications secretary for the temple, Radha Mohan Das, said: "The day was a really big success, everyone had a lot of fun. There was a great atmosphere, particularly in the lead up to the fireworks." The day also saw two drama perfomances, which told parts of the story behind Diwali. Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over evil, which is told in the ancient Indian text, Ramayana.

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1800 Students Attend Biggest Ever Youth Festival by ISKCON in Patna
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The festival was greatly anticipated, as students in Patna have lesser opportunities to attend youth events, compared to youth of metro cities of India. The event was aimed at providing Krishna-conscious philosophy to youngsters as an alternative solution to practical problems faced by contemporary society.

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Head Space
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Luxuries have become necessities, without which, we just can’t function. Modern-day spiritualists, it seems, are faced with a unique challenge: the art of living is not how big we can make it, rather how small we can keep it!

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Sahyadri Varnashrama College 2015
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The Sahyadri Varnasrama College (SVC) is now accepting applications for its one-month course to be given from January 1 to 31, 2015 on the campus of Sahyadri Sri Krishna Balarama Ksetra (SSKBK) located near the small town of Hebri in the district of Udupi, South Karnataka, India

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Representatives of the Global Village Initiative Committee Meet in Tirupati
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Representatives of the Global Village Initiative Committee (GVIC) from three continents (Asia, Europe and North America) met at the ISKCON Tirupati temple along with members of various global committees from October 14th to 18th to share insights and prepare strategies to further the purpose of the initiative committee.

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The Making of the Golden Brick
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Food Yogi Random Act of Kindness Challenge
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Food for Life Global teaches that pure food has the power to create unity and it is my hope that this challenge goes viral and we all start seeing the spiritual equality of all beings.

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Value Education and Spirituality 25 – Ramayana 7 – Lakshmana – Don’t ascribe intention to what is spoken in tension
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Value Education and Spirituality 24 – Ramayana 6 – The illusory dear – Use intelligence to see beyond appearance to substance
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Value Education and Spirituality 23 – Ramayana 5 – Shurapanakha – Don’t let the selfish exploit our sexual vulnerabiity
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Value Education and Spirituality 22 – Ramayana 4 – Bharata – Stick to integrity amidst opportunity for immorality
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You Can Drink Yamuna Water and Also Swim in the River by 2017: JICA Representative
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Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), expressed hope that the Yamuna would be clean by year 2017. 

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1974 October 31: "I am very glad that the devotees are maintaining the devotional practices. This is the secret to success. Therefore I am stressing it. And, if you also stress it and show yourself as an ideal Vaisnava, then you are my representative in fullness."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1974

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1974 October 31: "We are not after titles and designations. Lord Caitanya made it a principle that we must teach by personal example. This is what I have tried to do. So if all of my disciples do this, then the future of our movement will be most glorious."
Prabhupada Letters :: 1974

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Value Education and Spirituality 21 – Ramayana 3 – Dasharatha – Honor one’s word even at great personal cost
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Value Education and Spirituality 20 – Ramayana 2 – Rama – Go beyond fight or flight to choose the best response
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Construction to Begin on “Opulent” New Bangalore Temple
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Construction is set to begin within a few weeks on an opulent new ISKCON temple in Bangalore, South India, one of the most modern and cosmopolitan cities in the country. The temple will be set on a half-acre of landscaped gardens, with the words “ISKCON” and “Founder Acharya: A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada” embedded in a waterfall at the entrance that will light up at night.

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Value Education and Spirituality 19 – Ramayana 1 – Kaikeyi – Don’t be deluded by malicious misinformers
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A Day at Goloka Dhama
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This short film depicts a day at Germany's Goloka Dham farm, just before Krishna Kshetra Swami's sannyasa initiation. A video by bhaktin Inci Milano.

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More from Coimbatore
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Radha Damodara, Radha-Syama, Gaura Nitai, other spiritual pictures and one to remind us how good we have it. https://flic.kr/s/aHsk5LGGcH

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Prasadam anyone? Everyone!
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Humility in Leadership
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Generally, when we hear the term "humility," we imagine an individual who lacks confidence, is weak and unsure of themselves and in general is a pushover.

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