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Srila Prabhupada's Quote Of The Day

October 6

"Home, sweet home." Yes, very sweet. The whole day and night, work. This is moha. He is working hard day and night. There is not a single moment leisure, and still, he's: "Sweet home." This is illusion.

Mayapur, October 6, 1974

October 5

If one is situated in real Krishna consciousness, he can face the most severe type of adversity and remain completely undisturbed.

Calcutta, October 5, 1971

October 4

Krishna is not poor. Krishna has not come here. He is very hungry, He has come here to eat your puri and rasagulla. No. But Krishna is so kind that He has come before you to accept whatever you can offer with devotion.

Bombay, October 4, 1972

October 3

For me, either live or die, I don't mind. But if you are trying for my life, try it very seriously. That is my formula. No negligence.

Vrindavan, October 3, 1977

September 30

The real preaching is selling books. You should know the tactic how to sell without irritating. What your lecture will do for three minutes, but if he reads one page his life may be turned.

Letter to Bali-mardan, September 30, 1972

September 29

If your consciousness is absorbed in Krishna you are always a sannyasi.

Letter to Jayananda. September 29, 1967

September 28

Shortcut of "Demon-crazy" is "democracy." All the demons and rogues, they gather together, somehow or other votes, and occupy the seat, and the business is plundering.

Mayapur, September 28, 1974

September 27

Guru and Krishna are two parallel lines on which the spiritual express runs very smoothly.

Letter to Devananda, September 27, 1967

September 26

Krsna takes special care of the devotee, guides him, gives him intelligence. What kind of intelligence? Just to give him the clue how one can go back to home, hack to Godhead. Krishna does not give intelligence how one can gain some material prosperity. Therefore people are not very much interested in worshiping Krishna.

Bombay, September 26, 1973

September 25

Dress has to be accepted according to the taste of others and foodstuffs are to be accepted according to the other’s taste.

Letter to Raktak, September 25, 1969

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