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Question to Radhanath Swami: Anything can happen in a split moment. So how can an aspiring spiritual practitioner prepare for something disastrous that can happen at any moment, and how can he or she tackle the situation of uncertainty?
Radhanth Swami answers: Our whole life should be prepared for each moment. If we have a strong foundation…..
Question to Radhanath Swami: It is said in the Bhagvatam that with every rising and setting of the sun the life span of a person reduces, except when a devotee is performing Bhakti Yoga and hearing about the activities of Krishna. Could you kindly explain this?
Radhanath Swami Answers: For one who is endeavoring to make this body a better place for selfish enjoyment, with every moment the duration of life is reducing…
Question to Radhanath Swami: How will you distinguish between self confidence and over confidence?
Radhanath Swami Answers: We should be willing to take risks and have courage to go beyond what we feel we can do. But is has to be realistic. Enthusiasm and patience are necessary for real achievement on the spiritual platform….
Question to Radhanath Swami: While traveling by trains I see many children begging. They seem hungry and I can’t bear the sight. When they ask for money, one side of me says I shouldn’t give them the money, for they might give it to people who’ll misuse it. My other side says that I should. What should I do?
Radhanath Swami Answers: Real joy comes through service; real joy comes through serving without expecting anything material in return. When we do something and we get something in return,…
Question to Radhanath Swami: Who is Krishna and how can I feel him?
Radhanath Swami Answers: Krishna is the all attractive object of your soul’s love. Every living being is seeking pleasure. The essence of pleasure is the pleasure of love. We need it. Without loving someone and being loved by someone, life is very empty and superficial.
Question to Radhanath Swami: There is power in silence. They say silence speaks volumes. Please explain the potent power of silence.
Radhanath Swami Answers: We may be silent with our mouth, but what’s happening in our mind? So many voices, so many things. Real silence is when the mind is quiet.