“The proof of Prahlada’s natural devotion is that even when he was a small child he did not play with his playmates, but was always eager to preach the glories of the Lord. Instead of joining in their sportive acrobatic feats, he remained as an inactive child because he was always in trance, meditating on Krishna. As such, there was no possibility of his being touched by the external world.” (The Nectar of Devotion, Ch 38)
Friend1: A little off-topic today, but what is your opinion of homeschooling?
Friend2: Real quick, what would be considered “on-topic”?
Friend1: Issues relating to devotional service, bhakti-yoga. How to make people Krishna conscious.
Friend2: You mean reawaken. Everyone has love for God the person in the heart. At present that love is likely in a dormant state. Just give people a nudge, such as through chanting the holy names: Hare Krishna Hare Krishna…
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