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Humility

Humility
Humility is the prerequisite for advancement on the path of self-realization and devotion to God. Our spiritual master has instructed us through holy sermons and discourses that we should be humble to deal with pride and false ego in us. 

This humble nature protects us from persons puffed up with a false sense of proprietorship, ego, and pride. Some venomous persons remain enthusiastic about how to pick a quarrel with anybody without any good reasons as they are blind due to power, money, false ego, pride, and muscle power. They love to hurl abuses, insult, and humiliate anybody without any good reason. This age which is called "Kaliyug" is the age of hypocrisy and quarrel.


The best way to deal with these people is to remain humble and increase the quality of humility in us. Whenever you come across these types of people than just remain humble and pacified them with your humility. We do not have to hurt their pride or ego but try to put our point peacefully and try to…

Pious Manners

Pious Manners 
There is a chain of events to reach soul happiness. It starts from good thoughts and good thoughts lead to good manners and it leads to the pious mind and which leads to soul happiness. 


It is in the company of Saints/sages/good people that we generate or inculcate good thoughts. A good company is the requisite for self-realization. The biggest hindrance to self-realization is arrogance and pride. Humility is the most important factor for self-realization. The way you thought the way you work. Keep your thought pure to do goods actions which leads to good habits or manners. Thoughts engrossed in material things leads to unhappiness. Godly thoughts are our real Saviours. Bad thoughts are like seeds of thorn yielding plants.

Keep a vigil on the three main sense organs such as eyes, mouth, ear. Engage these sense organs in devotion to God or else they will drag you down to hell. Whatever we hear, see, or speak has a tremendous effect on our mind and consciousness. Engage ear …

Last thought

Last thought
Brahman is non-destructive and exists eternally without any change. Karma creates the material bodies of living entities. Karma forces us to take a new body after our death. It may be a body of human, bird, animal, or any demigod depending on the consciousness in which we left our last breath. We keep the remembrance of God in our entire life so that at the last moment of our life, we should not miss the chance to go back to where we actually belong and that is the abode of the home of our God. 

Hear, remember, the chant holy name of God isthree pillars of our life of spiritual realization. The material nature is consistently undergoing changes. Change is the bitter truth of life. We should not get ourselves attached to the material world consisting of our family, society, nation, relatives, bank balance, home, property, and other material things otherwise we will feel immense pain when a constant and continuous change of material nature will snatch these things from us. Yo…

Unconditional love

Unconditional love
The mode of thinking, love, devotion, and dedication of cowherd boys, girls, men, and women of Vrindavan is the best and super most way to love God Shri Krishna. They do not care to understand Krishna. They want to love Krishna unconditionally.  They love Krishna, not as a God but one among themselves. Krishna plays there as an ordinary cowherd boy but sometimes he shows to them that he is the supreme personality of Godhead. They don't want to know how great Krishna is. 
We should simply love Krishna. Our perfection is directly proportional to our love for Krishna. We should not waste our time in knowing Krishna as Krishna is unlimited. The knowledge given by Krishna about him in Bhagavad-Gita is sufficient for us. We have incomplete knowledge of the material world then how can we expect to know full details of Krishna. The perfection of life depends on unconditioned love for Krishna. We can not know Krishna with our imperfect senses and mind.

Krishna is not our or…

Nectar of the Bhagavad-Gita

Nectar  of the Bhagavad-Gita 
The soul neither gets destroyed nor gets birth. The soul is eternal and full of bliss and knowledge. What is the need for grieving for the living beings when the eternal thing called soul always remains in the universe even if the bodies do not remain due to death? Sensible people grieve neither for the dead nor those who have not died.
The soul is really amazing. It is so small that it cannot be seen with naked eyes or any type of modern equipment. It is present everywhere, it is full of knowledge, primeval, and eternal but still, it can adapt itself in the body of bacteria to the largest mammal-like whale and elephants.
We have to live a life of equilibrium. We have to learn how to remain unaffected by cold, hot, winter, summer, profit and loss, fame and infamy, praise, and disrespect. We have to make a balance in our habits of eating, speaking, thinking, sleeping. Living a life of balance helps a person to move forward to the path of liberation from the m…