Sri Krishna Have things ever gotten so bad that you wished you could really tear your hair out? Or bang-bang your head against the wall until the wall collapses? O.K. But what about finding the cloud with the silver lining? What about hearing the lark sing after the storm? Yeah. Sure. Ain't that a laugh! … Continue reading How a Clack-Clack and a Thud Brought My World into Focus
Loving My Life Every Day
And what’s my secret? It’s Krishna.
The Tyrant Who Got His Guts Ripped Out by God
<!-- Sri Krishna Are you fed up with all the little caesars trying to take over the world today? I sure am. But don’t give up hope. Read on to find out how the most horrible tyrant in the universe ended up getting his guts ripped out... and by God himself. Hiranya Kashipu was the … Continue reading The Tyrant Who Got His Guts Ripped Out by God
Yes, Go Ahead and Sing the Lord’s Name in the Bathroom
Sri Krishna “Hare Krishna! Hare Krishna!” shouted the little children at the devotee standing in front of them. “Oh, don’t say that,” said the devotee as he put his hands over his ears. “Hare Krishna! Hare Krishna!” shouted the children in teasing defiance, louder and louder. The Devotee's Secret But the children could not imagine … Continue reading Yes, Go Ahead and Sing the Lord’s Name in the Bathroom
The Stone That God Can’t Lift
Remember that tricky, sneaky old question, Can God make a stone so heavy he can’t lift it? Here’s the answer.
A Million Moons above the Sea
A Poem Sri Krishna Gaur Hari, (the Golden Lord) is Lord Krishna as he appeared in this world a second time, but this time his bodily complexion like molten gold. His advent, 500 years ago, along with an expansion of his own self known as his companion Nitai Prabhu (Lord Nitai), was like the sun … Continue reading A Million Moons above the Sea
The Liberation of Aghasura
You think you can kill Me? You think you’re so strong? Get ready to learn what it means to be wrong.
In Praise of Goddess Tul’si
A Poem Sri Krishna Find God by worshiping a plant? Strangest idea you’ve ever heard, right? But Tulasi (often pronounced Tul'si) is not your everyday houseplant. The thousands of Tulasis throughout the world, mostly in India and Hare Krishna temples everywhere, are said by the scriptures to be incarnations of the goddess Vrinda, who presides … Continue reading In Praise of Goddess Tul’si
Who Switched On the First Light?
And the first light in the universe? Guess again, my dear astronomer. It’s the sun.
In Darkness I Was Born
Oh please, dear Krishna, take me to your home