The Marathon
Nov25

The Marathon

Dear Prabhu's, Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada! Happy are the Sankirtan devotees to whom such Prabhupada Marathon's come unsought, opening for them the doors to the spiritual world. Arjuna didn't want to fight in the Battle of Kuruksetra, but Krsna knew what was best for him and the rest of society and thus He instructed him on the art of surrender. Distributing transcendental knowledge...

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Transendental fire in Slovenia
Nov25

Transendental fire in Slovenia

Dear Prabhus! Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. Here in Ljubljana we are preparing for the Prabhupada Marathon in December. With our travelling group we went in Germany and attended a one week sankirtan seminar. It was held by Mangal Maya Prabhu, an old SK hero. His association was a great inspiration and for new devotees to distribute on the streets in Germany was also a great adventure. We had also...

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The Glorious Sankirtan Devotees
Nov15

The Glorious Sankirtan Devotees

Hare Krsna prabhus. This is bhakta shaun from Ottawa. Please accept my humble obeisances. All Glories to Srila Prahbupada. It seems to me that sometimes the book distributors get all the glory and the people cooking, cleaning, managing etc… get none. Well I can say from my own experience that If you get no glory that is Krsna's blessing sometimes. I often have devotees tell me how good it is that I do books etc… and...

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No time to retire in Vrindavan!
Nov07

No time to retire in Vrindavan!

Retire in Vrindavan? Do you realize that Vrindavan's preaching zone is the most populated area in the world, and we have just a handful of dedicated book distributors to slightly scratch the surface here! There are so many thousands of pilgrims visiting Vrindavan that no book distributor could possibly dream of retiring here. Not only that, our zone of U.P., M.P., and Rajasthan is practically starving for preachers and book...

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Chess
Oct21

Chess

by Tattvavit Das Jyoti Prabhu, a French devotee who now preaches in Brussels, used to play tournament chess. He quit playing after he became a devotee because he would become so absorbed in the game that he forgot about his devotional schedule and would arrive late for his services. He does book distrubtion sometimes, and once he was distributing at a man's house, where he saw a chess set. The man was reluctant to buy books, so...

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Demigods help the devotees – story from travelling sankirtan in Londo
Oct21

Demigods help the devotees – story from travelling sankirtan in Londo

Here is a nice story that happened to us a few weeks ago on travelling Sankirtan: " A demigod takes pleasure in seeing someone go back to Godhead. He is always pleased with the devotee of the Lord, so much so that by his adhidaivic powers he may help the devotees in all respects. And by their actions, the Lord is pleased with them. There is an invisible chain of complete cooperation between the Lord, the demigods and the devotee...

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