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Be healthy, happy and holy -­­­­­ sleep by 10 P.M

PAMHO. AGTSP! Your book, Appreciating Sri Vrndavana Dhama, is an absolutely wonderful compilation that every devotee would enjoy and spiritually advance by reading. This particular article, however, although it may or may not be correct, and it may or may not be helpful for some to keep up better health, is less enlightening, at least to my over-tired and red-eyed vision! Hare Krsna.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Apr 14, 2008 @ 7:43 pm

Guru? He will find you…

I have long felt that the personal mystic testimony of the devotees should be recorded for the satisfaction and wonderment of coming generations. Instead, many are shy and do not like to put their realizations on a pedestal. I humbly advise the devotees of these generations to do themselves a great favor and seek out the hidden humble Vaisnavas; they are many, and they are often like self-deprecating diamonds under straw. The chanting process works; pure devotees are now among us and wandering in the cities and fields. Help them, support them, love them as they love you also. Pure devotion is simple, not complicated.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 20, 2008 @ 3:11 am

Many of us had truly mystical experiences in those days. I recall praying that, if I could only know God’s name, I would consider my hippy psychedelic shamanic searches successful, and fully vindicated. Shortly thereafter, I read Rama dass’s “BE Here Now”, wherein he also relates that the Guru appears when the disciple was ready… Soon, the devotees appeared on the streets of Winnipeg, and I had a Gita in my hand, age 16.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 8, 2008 @ 3:46 am

I am writing very briefly in appreciation of your writings and comments. May you have every success in your devotional life! You display a keen interest in understanding the philosophy as it is, as given by Srila Prabhupada, and have an apparent appreciation for the wonderful magic and mystic side of it all, also. Sounds like a formula for success! You are a good preacher.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 3, 2008 @ 8:16 pm

The Brain As Holodeck

Wow! Try asking simpler questions!

A little off the topic but relevant; When the Vedas speak, for example, of ours being one quarter of the spiritual sky, the number “one quarter” is roughly representative, analogical, as opposed to scientific. Again, the three categories, ie the ahiranga, tatastha, and bahiranga shaktis, actually there are many sub-categories in between. Same with the size quantity of one thousandth the tip of a hair, etc.

Lord Krsna is everywhere, this we know. So how can there be any space that is empty? Still, relatively speaking for us observing from this platform, sometimes He appears to be absent. The standpoint from which the question is asked decides the relevant and meaningful answer. So, we may have space between the atoms, but it is filled with Vishnu.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 20, 2008 @ 2:57 am

Just read your recent contribution. Very nice and scholarly synopsis of the development of western thought, Akruranatha Prabhu, especially nice the drawing out of comparisons of language usage re; nuomenal, phenomenal etc. for better understanding of Srila Prabhupada’s presentation.

Thank you for your encouragement of modern scholarly, and “pop-scholarly”, Krsna-conscious presentations of Vedic ideas. I take this as following Srila Prabhupada’s footsteps with such publishings as, “Easy Journey to Other Planets”, etc. The academic community may find good directions, for further analysis, papers, etc. and possibly help spark further interest among associated spiritual aspirants, in the universities, etc. if they come in contact with similarly-communicating devotee / scholars.

Such contemporary currents of thought have real effects in the world. For example, the popularity of the word ‘karma” nowadays in the West. Even if our presentations are scientifically simple, the main points do get across, or are picked up by those more capable of rigourous scientific processes.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 8, 2008 @ 6:25 pm

Akrunranatha Prabhu, Pandita Shivji, Bhakta Rod, et al; I have used insights gained from empiric studies in physiologicc psychology etc., yes, but mostly through practice of japa and reading Bhagavatam, to better present uniquely and attracively Prabhupada’s preaching into the difference between the self and the temporary and limited body; thus to focus on the reality of an eternal spiritual self, and free the bound entity. Kindly note also that I returned to university after becoming Prabhupada’s brahmana, so there was no need of relying on limited speculatgive or empiric schools. I follow the footsteps of Kapila through Mahaprabhu.

The process of self realization by critical analysis of the elements of the world and the self, such as touched upon by me recentlyin this and other articles, is a purely Vedic process; is, in fact, our process! Witness how many times our Srila Prabhupda liked to use the analogy of the story of; pointing to parts of the body , etc.., then point to the self!

This process is not bottom-side-up empirical, but rather is revealed by Godhead and the great teachers. It naturally occurs in the course of bhakti also, though of course our aim is to acheive pure faith and pure bhakti, uncontaminated with jnana. The process of ; “I am this, I am not this..” only appears to be materially imperial, like the teachings of the atheist philosopher of samkya yoga, Kapila, as opposed to the great theist philosopher and incarnation of Visnu, our Kapila Deva. The idea is to understand that I am not this body by deep critical analysis and introspection, thus to realize that the self is spirit soul and eternal. The theists under Kapila deva also recognize the Godhead and the jivas, and ultimately, loving devotional service through the teachings of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu as revelaed by His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada.

PS; I don’t think anyone is arguing that pure devotional service is not the goal and the best course. The theistic samkya mind/body connection is an direction of thought of interest to academic, devotonal, and yogic or philosophically-minded persons. HKHR

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 8, 2008 @ 3:38 am

Yes, as you suggest, Akruranatha Prabhu, the Matrix seems a better analogy.
I am also sure that each element has its corresponding symbols and astrological connections. Any astrologers out there following? I agree that it is clearly Lord Visnu who creates the elements and the idea of them, even. We but enjoy, or attempt to!

Further to the discussion;
Light, for example, enters the nervous system, is then transformed by the body itself into other energy types, such as mechanical or chemical/electric, for transmission to ghiher levels of the nervous system. On the way, these are subjected to internal controls and homeostatic mechanisms, and are thus somewhat buffered and enhanced, for example by reflex systems and nerve-rate controlling hormones, such as epinephrine or dopamine, already in place and acting upon the information carried by the nerves etc. themselves before they even become conscious sensations. The sensory signals are already “subjectivised” before they even reach the stage of perception by the embodied soul!

Once received and interpreted by the physical cognitive functions, the soul somehow then perceives a range of sensory impressions that exist in the brain, not at the same time even, as the originating source, say, a candle, outside the brain etc. ! Time has passed, split microseconds, and the original object has moved, and our impressions internally perceived based upon this subjectively interpreted data are of the past, but then try to catch up in time, but are never simultaneous! This is the all-devouring influence of material linear time.

Thus, what we perceive is not the object directly, but an impression interpreted and organized by a conditioned brain and body functions. We build an impression, not the reality. This is called influence of Maya. This is the physical but representative holodeck of which I originally suggested.

The further analogy from Bhakta Rod prabhu is that the whole universe is a holodeck or matrix-like device entirely at the control of Sri Visnu. This is very nice. Matrix-like.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 4, 2008 @ 5:36 am

Tamoharadasa Says:
January 2nd, 2008 at 6:59 pm

Thank you for your thought-provoking insights into the essential experienced reality, mind / body issues. Yes, as pointed out, my article does have a reductionist approach in part,in particular in dealing with this “representation of reality”notion. That is purposive, and due to to my scientific background interests in the field. My main point is to help the newer reader seperate the concept of the elements of the body from the actual eternal self, thus obtaining liberation, and then suggesting establishing a serving relation ship with Godhead, as the next step.

Atthe same time, philosophical concepts from the Gita etc. that I accepted off-hand when younger, I now find I like to re-evaluate for a deeper understanding. In particular, Shiva Ji’s descriptions from Sri Kapiladeva are especially interesting. I have understood the mind as like a software program that runs, as programmed. It is not the self, but pretty close to! The self has spontaneous knowledge and direct perception, and in the influence of yoga maya ji, is harmonic and in-step with the tune of the devotees’ and Radha Krsna’s rasas. A modern man, I am trapped in modern analogies!

Anyway, the notion of material “mind” versus the spiritual mind explains some of the incongruency between the “reality” which is temporary and that which is eternal, but both of which are experienced as real to the jiva at the time. The mind category remains, while the state of it varies. The self is above mind, as experiencer, desirer.

One thing certain, at the core of the seperatist psychology is a failure to identify one’s core being with that of the Godhead’s Being.

Haribol, Dickie S. (Ak. dasa) !

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jan 3, 2008 @ 12:12 am

In regards with the preaching efforts in Iraq

Praghosa Prabhu speaks with majesty and grace, like he is personally channelling Krsna! I offer my obesiances and beg the dust. He has always inspired and led me correctly in my interactions with him. He is clearly an utthama adhikari though he will deny it vehemently and probably give me hell for saying it! I hope that he is teaching others in our temples.

I agree fully with Praghosa Prabhu’s statements, and would like to congratulate him on guts for doing 4 tours, and wish Partha Sarati Prabhu good luck. If you get to Kuwait City, check out the American 50’s restaurant near downtown; they have an excellent veggie burger! Hare Krsna!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Sep 29, 2007 @ 6:50 am

Cultural Conquest

Hugely ecstatic! My obeisances to all the devotees!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Sep 18, 2007 @ 10:14 pm

Prisoners and Jailers Dance Together

Glories to Radha Govinda Swami Maharajah, to Jankinataha Prabhu, and to all the sincere followers of Srila Prabhupada! I almost can’t beleive the incredible preaching being done nowadays!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Sep 18, 2007 @ 10:20 pm

Front line preaching

I may be getting to be an old softie, but my heart just breaks hearing about this uncommon soldier’s bravery and sincerity in spreading Krsna consciousness. His example is an inspirtaion to all the devotees! May he find peace in his lifetime, and quick recovery from his wounds, and in the end go back to Godhead.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Aug 15, 2007 @ 5:10 pm

Choosing to Fall Down

“The world goes on in its own perfect way. No person can deflect it by the breadth of a hair from the course chalked out for it by providence. . . . What is necessary is to change our outlook to this very world” — His Divine Grace Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Goswami Maharajah Thakura.

Herein Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Maharaja describes what is the actual situation. Karma cannot be changed by one hair’s breadth. The only person with free will is the pure devotee, and the disciples of such a pure devortee also enjoy special dispensation, otherwise, as described above. By the Grace of advanced devotees we realize what is the position. We are not the doer or the enjoyer. However, the enlightened devotee now has a choice to be Krsna conscious or not, and to perform devotional service , but not the “karmis”. By acting in Krsna consicousness by the instructions of the spiritual master, we are acting on the platfom of liberated souls under Yoga-may, otherwise, it is all Maya, with not even a hair’s breadth of so-called free will. for the nondevotee, it is all the modes of material nature acting, and we are watching in the illusion that we are the enjoyers.

The only way to control the senses and maintain celibacy etc. is to not allow the mind to venture from the initial thought to the realm of feeling. Thinking, feeling, willing, and acting is the flow; so if we catch our deviance at the realm of thought, before our emotions and desires are inflamed, by immdiately thinking of Krsna and chanting etc. it is possible to be fully self-controlled, or rather, controlled by Yogamaya. Once the devotee is a little advanced, she will be spontaneously attracted to devotional service without deviation. This is the higher path to be reached asap.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Aug 10, 2007 @ 6:27 pm

Practice Loving Krishna

Dearest Sridhara Swami Maharajah; Haribol! My humblest obeisances.

This article was much relished, being full of first class preaching. Thank you!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jul 31, 2007 @ 9:32 pm

Respect for Individuality

In a similar vein , there are psychologists who specifically study moral development, for example Kohlberg, whose system of categorization involves explaining individual moral growth from reward-punishment motivation, to broader scopes of social cooperation, upwards to individualized personal moral choices. The latter are the least in percenatge of any population, roughly corresponding to a self-realized platform of thought, as opposed to purely conditioned by rewards and punishments.

Also, Piaget, has outlined stages of cognitive development, from external concrete thinking, up to mental abstract operations as a primary thought process.

So, no doubt there are correlations between spiritual growth and these materialistic sytems. There is correlation between the pychological systems also, in that one advanced , say, in abstract thinking, is likely also to be advanced in moral considerations.

The problem, is that all this is based upon speculative processes, ie science, and so they usually miss the spiritual side of the questions they seek to answer. Thus, by dint of their cutting “religious thinking” out of the issue, they miss the whole point , and are left scratching their heads as to the ultimate meaning of it all, or more often, they don’t even go to that length. They have many zeros without the one in front.

By emphasizing these material authorities, we are lending credence to the underlying materlistic thinking which is part and parcel of their systems of thought, such that as Mataji points out, all this must be understood in relation to the Vedic analysis , lest we become atheists and count all these systems as of equal value.

Urmila Deviji may speak of these systems , putting them within their broadest contesxt. Otherwise, if the common devotee takes these systems of delineation into account, inevitably materialistic ideas will surface, and we must take some caution not to give the impression that this material knowledge is anything but a fancy level of conditioning.

Urmila Devi may wish to enquire from Dr. Paranjpe, well known in the field of personality, from Simon Fraser University, who has written a number of papers on the topic of personality from the vantage point of the yoga systems. My own work in this regards increased my faith in Krsna consciousness, as the other systems seem to parallel some of what Lord Krsna gave us in Gita, but Krsna’s knowledge so much surpasses even these modern ideas, in that the absolute value of spiritual loving service is the focus. We must have faith, and study of these lesser systems of knowledge can have the effect of making it clear which ideas are superior. For a devotee with less advancement, bewilderment can also occur.

My obeisances to Mother Urmila and all the Devotees.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jul 18, 2007 @ 7:10 pm

Taste the Nectar of Monthly Sankirtan Festivals

Jaya Akruranatha Maharajah Prabhu! ;

You are absolutely right in encouraging and emphasizing the preaching work as a topmost necessity. Just see how the devotees become more blissful and intent on pleasing Krsna without selfish taint. I found this article very pleasing and encouraging.

An idle mind is the devil’s workshop! The positive transcendental engagement of book distribution, and all manners of broadcasting the glories of Sri Krsna and the devotees, are very pleasing to the real Self, as according to the clear instructions of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Srila Prabhupada Goswami Thakura. There is never any loss when attempting sankirtana, but the effects are hugely wonderful. Just imagine how much Sri Krsna Caitanya Mahaprabhu is pleased.

Glories to Sriman Vaisesika Maharajah Prabhu for his services, and thanks to all the Devotees.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jul 12, 2007 @ 9:53 pm

Emotional Freedom

Dear Bir Krsna Maharajah; AGTSP. PAMHO

I have heard that you are concerned about hearing loss occurring due to loud kirtana?I would like to offer some assistance in this regards. I hold a masters degree in audiology, and have been in practise for some 17 years now.

To accurately and meaningfully measure sound levels in a kirtana, one needs a dosimeter, not a sound level meter. Sound levels will fluctuate, so the peak readings given by a SLM will not indicate the actual noise exposure over time. A dosimeter will, and is specifically designed for this sort of task. Further, ninety dB is the level used by some industrial audiologists to establish a cut-off point, such that work sites where this level is the usual, require use of ear protectors if you are going to be in the noise for long periods. A short exposure of an hour os so should have no effects. Resting between exposures will have the effect of restoring normal fear unctions. However, repeat exposure to higher levels of noise can cause a permanent hearing loss.

More potentially damaging in kirtana are the percussive drum beats, which can cause instant hearing loss by damaging hair cells in the cochlea. Agricultural cannons and firearms have a similar percussive effect. Of course, karatalas in unison also can add up to a potentially damaging noise level.

Use of musician’s earplugs ,which do not distort soundbalance while reducing overall loudness, may be acquired , if anyone has cause for worry. While wearing these, your hearing will still be able to hear all, just more quietly, such that you could stay in a loud kirtana for double or triple the usual time allowance, without incurring any damage.

Some pople are more subject to noise exposure damage than others. Persons with blue and green eyes are especially subject to noise exposure hearing losses.

I myself have experienced a degree of high-frequncy hearing loss due to noise exposure, but on the other hand, I myself do not mind. Seems to me that Mahaprabhu had kirtanas with several drummers at once, and I feel quite content with this arrangement. The drums are too good to miss!

The amazing thing to me is the wide range of stimuli which the soul can receive from these bodies. HKHR

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jul 17, 2007 @ 9:04 pm

Long, but right on, Praghosa Prabhu!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jul 12, 2007 @ 9:38 pm

Kirtan Standards Committee

Haribolo! PAMHO.

Many bhajanas are written in local languages in India. I have long felt that we should popularize Bengali tunes with English lyrics, and in this way many may have more immediate entrance into the mood, and others would appreciate the
now-understandable meanings. Some devotees have done this, but I never hear them, at least not at the temple functions. Ii would be nice to hear more from them, in my humble opinion.

At New Remuna, Toronto temple, sometimes “Jaya Radha Madhava” gets the devotees going in a delightful thumping and tapping of the table around which we sit, accompanying the mantra and mrdanaga ,and it is brightly hilarious and enlivening for us all, but also somewhat ad hoc;, a spontaneous delightful dalliance on the edge of deviance, something innocently relieving to the soul living amongst all the rules and regulations.

So far as kirtana, the aratiks and ceremonies shoud be standard, but afterwards, why place restrictions on enjoying kirtana? When I travel to other temples, it is good to feel at home with the managala artika kirtana; Samsara, nama om, Jaya Sri Krsna Caitanaya, Hare Krsna… On street kirtana, or at home or after the main functions; some variety is spicy! .. and attractive to many?

As I recall, Lokanataha Maharajah’s name appeard amongt the committee members; I have not heard from Maharajah for years, and I wish to offer my humblest respects and well-wishes, from an old small-time padayatri. Hare Krsna!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 10, 2007 @ 4:23 pm

A Second Chance

Ouch! All this sounds all to familiar! Indeed, there are many devotees in similar situations these days. Frankly, I am not so overattached to this world anymore, it’s the same old same old. Outside of Radha Krsna lila and the sankirtana movement, there’s not much in this world to be attahced to, once you realize the temporary nature. somehow old age isn’t quite as scary as it could be, as I am convinced that I am not this body but spirit soul. The next destination is the concern; devotional service or more maya.

Reaching age 40- ish, as the eyes worsen, the hair starts to gray, one realizes that life goes on somehow or other, there’s nothing to get too bent out of shape over. Then at 50, further deterioration of the memory and senses; the realization is that there’s not that long to go, anyway! 60 has got to suck! So, I plan to be fully engaged in devotional services, otherwise 60 etc. will indeed, suck. Don’t think this won’t happen to you, too!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 5, 2007 @ 7:56 pm

Krishna, the Perfect Friend

Beautiful article, Ajitananada Dasa Prabhu. Thank you for this. As you suggest, cultivating an appreciation of Krsna’s wonderful qualities will dispell our reservations. This is easily done by reading such articles, and contemplating the context words and deeds nicely, such that we get a “feel” for the pastime. In this way we can rise above merely intellectually understanding, to the platform of relishing, or tasting.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 5, 2007 @ 7:40 pm

I am not these senses…

Dear Kesava Krsna Dasa Maharajah Prabhu;

Thank you for the response! Its nice to know that my words are not falling on deaf ears! (couldn’t resisit that one)

By cupping the ears, we get some gain in mid-frequencies, which you are using mostly, as opposed to the higher pitches. Frequencies or pitches between 500 and 4000 Hz. are especially crucial, with the lower frequencies carrying vowel sounds and loudness, while the higher pitches carry clarity and disctinction between consonants.

By chanting internally like that, I suggest that you are benefitting! I similarly find that chanting with specific concentration brings a happier result; I am more focussed, more intense, less likely to nod, etc. Devotional life is internal, also. I think this is a special conpensation for you!

Yes, I can identify with what you say about misunderstanding. There is a little joke about the hearing impaired fellow who got his first hearing aid. He said to his friend; “It’s a very fine instrument!”, to which his buddy responded, “Oh? How fine is it?” The reply came; “It’s about two o’clock”.

Hearing aids can help many people these days, and being digital, they are much more flexible in terms of who can use them to best advantage. The”open” style, which is quite new, has the advantage of not over-amplifying lower pitches, yet there is good gain in the high frequencies whereyour particular loss is most apparent.

Long-standing hearing losses are harder to rehabilitate. The brain structures adapt to the incoming information. If one has gone a long time with no hearing for particular frequencies, then it is hard to learn to hear and use them once an aid is acquired, as the corresponding brain structure is inadequate or virtually un-wired. Younger persons will adapt more quickly. In some cases, the loss is too great to acheive any good result. Unlike with the eyes, the hearing aid is amplifying to a damaged nerve or mid-ear system, while with glasses, the focus is the concern, and once focussed, light reaches intact nerves, and there is almost 100% correction. Aids amplify to damaged nerves, usually, so there is not exactly normal hearing, even with the best aids.

Sounds like you are coping well, and are communicating nicely despite the hearing difficulty. Congratulations!

I have seen your articles and comments on the net, and clearly you are advancing in devotional service, no problems! Gauraharibol! My obeisances.

I hope this meets you in best health and Krsna consciouss spirits. Again, thank you for your kind comments.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 6, 2007 @ 12:02 am

If any devotees would like to write to new people interested in KC please write to Bhakta Jerry

Yes, thanks for the timely reminder. Its too much fun trading zings with you, one can lose the point.

PS; I’m just the Tommy of our Smothers Brothers routine.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 10, 2007 @ 4:03 pm

A; ; You’re a funny guy, prabhu! Next time I’m up for a murder rap, I’ll be sure to call your secretary.

Maybe we’ll need to form a second organization, in parallel; Iskcon-con. >; )

Thinking about it; Krsna was the best of all the prison-breakers!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 9, 2007 @ 9:10 pm

Haribol! I’m not much for being unnecceasarily chatty, but I am happy to be friendly with those who are desirous of advancing in spiritual knowledge, and perhaps I can be of some help with practical and philosophical questions. I can be reached at

Your servant
Tamoharadasa (ACBSP)

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 1, 2007 @ 11:11 pm

A relaxing walk across the country

Hare Krsna! My obeisances at the feet of the Vaisnava.

Maharajah has been walking and preching in Canada and elsewhere for many years. His Krsna conscious talks and meetings with diverse people all across the land has enhanced our reputation, and spread a ganeral awareness of our movement even amongst small- towns folk. His preaching has reached Thunderbay and Winnipeg especially, recently, with preaching centres and meetings now held there regularly. Thank you for your continued services and example, Maharajah! Gauraharibol!

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On May 26, 2007 @ 5:07 pm


A particularlry good presentation, Praghosa Prabhu. Similarly, Gour Govinda Swami Maharajah once told us that this hatha yoga business is very good for the health, and should not be laughed at. If the atma yoga program brings people closer to Krsna, then this is acceptable. Perhaps judge by the results?

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On Jun 5, 2007 @ 8:07 pm

Why is it so difficult to find people who will take responsibility?

I recall reading how rare is full engegement in devotional service. Even rarer, almost unobtainable, is to be in anxiety for Krsna’s sake. We currently have many anxieties for the sake of this Movement, so we are overly blessed. Anyone who takes on the anxieties of management and preaching will definitely be recognized by Srila Prabhupada.

The word which Maharajah has used, “instituution” is perhaps a litle unfortunate, as it is somewhat unnerving for those of us who have learned not to trust same. I myself prefer the word “movement”, which doesn’t have the connotations of conservatism and “group-think” which most of us have encountered in our modern cultures, and which we have largely rejected. The word “movement” is suggestive of an organization of independently thoughtful servants, adaptable and fluid. “Institution” sounds rigid and uncompromising. Anway, I supoose that’s MY anxiety!

Hare Krsna, Maharajah; it is very nice to see your article, and I hope for more. Obeisances at the feet of the Vaisnava.

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On May 17, 2007 @ 6:17 pm

There’s No Other Way

My obeisances at your feet. AGTSP!

I came across your oh so nice article just recently, so I am commenting late, but just wanted to thank you for setting such a good example for us all. I have alwasy found the harinama party my favorite service! I just think how pleased Gour and Nitai Prabhus would be to hear it, and pray for the pay of love of Godhead as a reward. .

May you enjoy every success, and experience increasing love of Godhead in your services! I, also, hope to follow in your footsteps.

Your servant

» Posted By Tamoharadasa On May 25, 2007 @ 11:35 pm

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