“In the Hari-bhakti-sudhadaya there is another example, forwarded by Maharaj Dhruva. He says there, ‘My dear Lord, I have practiced austerities and penances because I was desiring to receive something from You, but in exchange You have allowed me to see You, who are never visible even to the great sages and saintly persons. I had been searching out some pieces of broken glass, but instead I have found the most valuable jewel. I am therefore fully satisfied, my Lord. I do not wish to ask anything more from Your Lordship.’” (The Nectar of Devotion, Ch 46)
Friend1: Let me describe a scene to you.
Friend1: You are in a store.
Friend2: What kind? Retail? Hardware? Book? Actually, those are becoming a thing of the past.
Friend1: For sure. One day children will ask their parents about what they were. Bookstores…
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