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There was a well written article in “The Spiritual Scientist” clarifying this point. Destiny determines the consequences of our actions, not the actions themselves. This is a statement made by Vidura, which clearly says that the jiva has free will to act; but he has no freewill to choose the consequences of the action.
Comment Posted By Murali On 16.12.2011 @ 04:14
Hare Krishna Mataji
It was an appropriate article for many of us practising KC. We tend to condemn science when what we should really be condemning is the attitude of the scientist. I use to really wonder why we condemn science, for after all, the knowledge and discovery is a gift of the Lord to the scientist. One’s love for the Lord increases when we understand the marvellous workings of nature, through the discoveries of science.
Everything can be used in the service of the Lord and everything can be used to cultivate one’s love for the Lord, if we drop our prejudices and our preconceived notions.
It would be much appreciated if you could share some of your power point presentations so that we could use it in our Bhakti Vriksa Preaching Programs.
May Lord Krishna bless you with more and more strength to continue with your wonderful service.
Comment Posted By Murali On 16.06.2009 @ 07:12
Hare Krishna Prabhu
I was moved by reading your article. Everyday of your life you are practising what the ultimate goal of Krishna Consciousness is - ahaituki, appratihata. I learnt a few lessons for my own purification and I thank you for sharing your experience. I pray that Krishna gives you more and more strength and more and more realisations for all of you to go back Home, back to Godhead.
Comment Posted By Murali On 04.03.2009 @ 01:18
Hare Krishna Prabhu
Is there any monetary help we can do and if so, what is the bank details for remitting the money?
I shall chant one extra round of chapa today for him.
Comment Posted By Murali On 23.05.2007 @ 02:32
Hare Krishna Sesa Dasa Prabhu
It is a wonderful article, which brings out many qualities which as practising devotees we should be aware of and assiduously cultivate. Some of the points you have made are very pertinent:
a) Work ethic for devotees is a very relevant point; I have heard devotees preach to new devotees, that they do not have to take their work in the material life seriously as that is only maya. Your statment “Integrity implies a commitment of honesty to oneself, as a practitioner of spiritual duties, as well as to others who may still be engaged in material duties”, is very appropriate.
b)This lack of integrity is brought out well in your statement.”Although one doesnâ€™t want to work within the world of material duties, neither is one actually prepared to live the life of a true ascetic. “
Thank you Prabhu, for writing such an inspiring article.
Comment Posted By Murali On 23.05.2007 @ 01:44