December 1969: Speaking in Boston before the International Student Society, Śrīla Prabhupāda provides a practical, simple, yet profound solution for world peace and harmony. Noting the increasing number of flags at the United Nations building in New York, he states that internationalism is failing because “your international feeling and my
Kuntī says that this intoxication position, madaḥ, edhamāna-madaḥ (SB 1.8.26), increasing, pumān, such person, naivārhati, they cannot feelingly address, “Jaya Rādhā-Mādhava.” They cannot feelingly. That is not possible. Their feeling, spiritual feeling, is lost. They cannot feelingly address, because they do not know. “Oh, this God is for poor man.
Our attempts at happiness in the material world keep us bound to repeated suffering, but there is a way out. bhidyate hridaya-granthish chidyante sarva-samshayah kshiyante chasya karmani drishta evatmanishvare “Thus the knots of the heart and all misgivings are cut to pieces. The chain of fruitive actions, or karma, is