Krishna Katha 1





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Published on Jul 7, 2009

Lacking discrimination, one identifies with the material body, and consequently the mode of passion, which produces misery, takes over the mind, which is normally in the mode of goodness.As the mind evolves its function of decision and doubt, it creates intolerable hankerings for sense gratification. Unfortunate persons who are bewildered by the urges of the mode of passion become the slaves of their senses. Even though they know that the eventual result of their work will be suffering, they cannot avoid engaging in such fruitive work. A discriminating person, on the other hand, keeps himself detached from the objects of the senses and, by utilizing appropriate renunciation, takes shelter of unalloyed devotional service. Unalloyed devotional service is so spiritually relishable that a devotee becomes automatically uninterested in material enjoyment, and it brings immediate relief from all kinds of material desires and it is the beginning of all auspiciousness. Take care. Haribol.

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