SB 3.29.45

SB 3.29.45

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) April 6, 2018 SB 3.29.45 — The eternal time factor has no beginning and no end. It is the representative of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the maker of the criminal world. It brings about the end of the phenomenal world, it carries on the work of creation by bringing one individual into existence from another, and likewise it dissolves the...

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SB 3.29.35

SB 3.29.35

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) March 23, 2018 SB 3.29.35 — My dear mother, O daughter of Manu, a devotee who applies the science of devotional service and mystic yoga in this way can achieve the abode of the Supreme Person simply by that devotional service....

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SB 3.29.23

SB 3.29.23

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) March 9, 2018 SB 3.29.23 — One who offers Me respect but is envious of the bodies of others and is therefore a separatist never attains peace of mind, because of his inimical behavior towards other living entities....

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SB 3.29.13

SB 3.29.13

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) February 23, 2018 SB 3.29.13 — A pure devotee does not accept any kind of liberation — sālokya, sārṣṭi, sāmīpya, sārūpya or ekatva — even though they are offered by the Supreme Personality of Godhead....

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SB 3.29.1-2

SB 3.29.1-2

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) February 9, 2018 SB 3.29.1-2 — Devahūti inquired: My dear Lord, You have already very scientifically described the symptoms of the total material nature and the characteristics of the spirit according to the Sāṅkhya system of philosophy. Now I shall request You to explain the path of devotional service, which is the ultimate end of all philosophical...

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SB 3.28.31 — 32

SB 3.28.31 — 32

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) January 26, 2018 SB 3.28.31 — The yogīs should contemplate with full devotion the compassionate glances frequently cast by the Lord’s eyes, for they soothe the most fearful threefold agonies of His devotees. His glances, accompanied by loving smiles, are full of abundant grace. SB 3.28.32 — A yogī should similarly meditate on the most benevolent smile...

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