Gratitude

Dear Satsang Brethren, As devotees of Lord Krishna, devotees of Sri Swamiji and inspired satsang participants, we come to our satsangs and to Namadwaar, to experience the company of our beloved Lord and Master. Yes, we are 10,000 miles away …

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Worldly activity ensnares us. It curbs us into a particular routine, a monotony, a forced mundane prototype. If there is an activity that can liberate us, and unshackle us, it is Guru Seva. Worldly chores are driven by need for …

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Love is an essential ingredient in service. In fact, it is the only ingredient. For to love, is to serve. We naturally serve when we love. When we love our children, we serve them. When we love our spouses, we …

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We use the word “Grace” very frequently. But what does it really mean and how do we know its existence? Can we actually perceive it? And more importantly, how can we be so sure that we are not imagining it? We …

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It’s Thanksgiving time in the USA! But do you know gratitude is an extremely important, inherent attitude in Indian culture from time immemorial? 1. To which god is Annabhishekam performed as an appreciation for the grace that He showered for …

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Story Time Divya’s 3rd grade teacher had given them an interesting assignment. They had to write about “One thing that I am grateful for and Why.” Divya was happy because she had learned the real meaning of the word during …

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Sincere prayers are always answered. Only, the answer may not be in the manner or in the time that we expect. And in fact, only with the grace of God can we even realize that our prayers have actually been …

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It’s that time of the year again when people across the US gather together to thank God for his bounty: Thanksgiving Day! A happy time for gratitude, celebration and appreciation of all that God continues to do for us. In …

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Sudama was a close friend of Krishna. They studied together at Sage Sandeepani’s gurukulam. After their sojourn with their Guru, they parted. Years later, Krishna became the King of Dwaraka while Sudama lived a life of poverty but with intense …

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