Connect with the very sincerity that first brought you to Krsna. The sincerity that brought you to Krsna will continue to keep you in Krsna consciousness.
The more we know, the more we realize how little we know. Similarly, the closer we come to Krsna, the more we realize how far away we really are. The more we realize how far we are from Krsna, the more we realize what is separating us from Him. The more we realize what is separating us from Krsna, the more we can acknowledge and accept our faults. The more we are aware of our own faults, the more we can be real and the more we can be real, the more we can be humble and wise. After all, humility means acknowledging what’s real.
Faith is our lamp in the darkness and it is only faith that guides us when we travel out of this world. We learn with faith, we serve with faith, and we know the unknowable through faith.
Forgiveness does not necessarily mean reconciling a relationship.
Forgiveness is a choice.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean make a wrong a right.
“I CAN’T” EQUALS “I CHOOSE NOT TO.”
Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own.
Where you are looking to go and the direction you are moving in is more important than where you are presently standing. A man is judged by his ideals.
About Mahatma Prabhu
Mahatma Prabhu was born in Los Angeles, California in 1950. In 1969, at the age of 19, he first met Srila Prabhupada through The Bhagavad Gita As It Is, and then later that year met Srila Prabhupada personally in Los Angeles. In January of 1970 he moved into the temple in Berkeley, California and shortly after received first and second initiation.
He went on to do a variety of services including book distribution, sankirtan leader, temple president, college preaching, congregational development, and various educational projects. This has culminated in the work he does today developing workshops, social media, online courses and books both for devotees as well as the general public through his company Sattva (www.thesattvaway.com).