Comments Posted By cbrahma
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not to mention a financial boon for the distributing temple.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 19.11.2007 @ 15:20
Yes. As long as the performance is not the Harinam, on the part of the devotees, it serves to attract many people to hear the Holy Name and participate - which is the purpose of Harinam - if not the sankirtan movement of Lord Caitanya
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 01.08.2007 @ 18:37
What about the milk bought at the market? These milk purveyors force the cows to be pregnant to overproduce milk, then slaughter the calves.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 19.01.2007 @ 16:00
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Comment Posted By cbrahma On 18.01.2007 @ 20:25
Admittedly, there is the age factor. Young people can eat to excess and not show an ounce, whereas the middle aged can eat a few too many mouthfuls and it turns to fat immediately.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 25.01.2007 @ 15:09
I see a number of overweight devotees, which regardless of one’s spiritual status is unhealthy. Not being the body is no reason to allow it to go to pots.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 24.01.2007 @ 13:56
Regular exercise is an essential component of good health. Temple devotees, especially book distributors get plenty I suppose. It’s just those on the outside with desk jobs that need to ‘work out’ enough to stay healthy. (As opposed to grooming the body for sexual attractiveness).
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 19.01.2007 @ 15:39
The ’sport’ of watching sports is vicarious. The emotions that participating/watching stimulate are aggressive angry competition. That’s why there are so many violent incidents at these events. Some more injurious sports like boxing could hardly be considered the pasttime of a vaisnava. Moreover, in America it’s revered like a religion and is big big business bringing in millions of dollars in revenue.
Let’s not conflate the issue of physical fitness with these games.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 17.01.2007 @ 13:59
Are there any current examples of such debates? I mean since Prabhupada’s samadhi.
I find that debate is discouraged and regarded as ‘challenging’ and offensive.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 15.01.2007 @ 23:29
Thank you for reminding me how serious I have to be when praying to the Supreme Lord. I am such an offender. I will do my best to improve.
Comment Posted By cbrahma On 09.01.2007 @ 06:54