“This nava-yauvana, or pre-youth, is the eternal transcendental form of Krishna. Krishna never grows older than nava-yauvana.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Chaitanya Charitamrita, Madhya 20.384 Purport)
Friend1: Let me ask you this.
Friend2: I love that. I know I have to be alert whenever you start a sentence with those words.
Friend1: Yes, you love the challenges I present to you. Anyway, here’s what I was wondering about. When you were younger, when you first began thinking about God, what did you think He looked like?
Friend2: That’s a good question. You know, I don’t think I ever thought about that. I never considered what He looked like.
Friend1: Right, me neither. But I’m sure you’ve since seen Him depicted as an old man.
Friend2: Yes. I’ve watched those specials on the History Channel about the Bible and such things.
Friend1: They have paintings too…
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