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Niranjana Swami's Quote Of The Day

April 13

When a devotee is fixed in Krsna consciousness, he is never bewildered due to any change because he always sees everything in relation to Krsna.

April 13, 1996, Minsk

April 12

Sense gratification in this life will result in so much suffering in the next life. When the foolish materialist sees others endeavoring in this way, they become envious and think “He is enjoying, I want to enjoy just like he does.” What this actually means is, "I want to suffer just like he will."

April 12, 1994, Moscow

April 11

Bhakti is the cultivation of the desire. If we don’t make some endeavor to cultivate this desire, it will not manifest. Instead, the heart will become overwhelmed with so many other desires.

April 11, 2004, Kiev

April 10

In fact, the Lord is never disturbed by anything. He only sometimes appears to be disturbed. He appears to be disturbed simply for His devotees' pleasure.

April 10, 1998, Kharkov

April 9

In other words, one actually comes in contact with Krsna when he receives Krsna through the medium of the devotee of the Lord. He receives Krsna through the Holy Name of the Lord, through the transcendental descriptions of the pastimes of the Lord, and through the transcendental instructions given by the Lord.

April 9, 1992, Minsk

April 8

The mind can be controlled by holding onto the instructions of the spiritual master. Then we actually know we have gone beyond the mind when we actually have those instructions and act upon them.

April 8, 1993, Donetsk

April 7

Therefore the vaisnavas, the devotees of the Lord, are not interested in attaining any of these particular types of destinations. Vaishnavas are simply interested in achieving the lotus feet of the Lord.

April 7, 1998, Kiev

April 6

One should not think about vaishnava in accordance to some material designation. Because such a designation applies to the body and a vaishnava is one who is situated on the spiritual platform.

April 6, 1993, Kiev

April 5

What is the symptom of full satisfaction? The symptom of full satisfaction is that one is no longer hankering or lamenting. For one who is satisfied, it means that all their desires are fulfilled.

April 5, 2009, Taichung

April 4

So he, Sukadeva Goswami, was tasting Srimad Bhagavatam by his recitation of Srimad Bhagavatam. And because he was tasting it, it became sweet for others to taste as well. That’s how distribution of Krsna consciousness is meant to be performed.

April 4, 1999, Vilnius