“Abandon all varieties of religion and just surrender unto Me. I shall deliver you from all sinful reaction. Do not fear.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 18.66)
Friend1: Krishna consciousness is for everyone, right?
Friend2: Of course.
Friend1: It’s not limited to people of a certain region. It’s not one of many kinds of religion.
Friend2: I wouldn’t call it a religion. It’s dharma, which is the essence of the individual, who is spirit. Religion is more like faith, something to be accepted, given up, not looked at in depth, what have you.
Friend1: Real religion should be beyond faith.
Friend2: I’ll give you an example. The 1986 Mets.
Friend1: The baseball team?
Friend2: Yes. That was the first year I followed any kind of professional sports. I was very young. In that year I learned what a season is, a playoff series…
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