Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s song: Gopinatha. Humility is a characteristic when prema is present in the heart.
Demons are always selfish and proud, never humble.
Story of when the mountain Kailash of Parvati-Siva started to shake due to the demon Ravana.
The beautiful song: Sri Radha Krsna Vijnapti – Sri Radha Krsna Pada Kamala.
How an ordinary sadhaka progresses in sadhana.
There must be a balance between material life and spiritual life.
The human life form is very rare.
Those who do not practise spiritual life return to the transmigration cycle of material bodies and return to assume the sequence of 8,400,000 forms of life.
Getting sadhu-sanga from a bona fide guru is very, very rare.
Only in the human body is it possible to practise sadhana and devotional service to the Lord.
Verse: ‘sādhu-saṅga’, ‘sādhu-saṅga’ — sarva-śāstre kaya lava-mātra sādhu-saṅge sarva-siddhi haya
The story of the mouse in the king’s treasury.
4 things that feed the false-ego: beauty, wealth, knowledge and birth in an important family.
Caitanya Mahaprabhu He wondered, “If I had prema in My heart, I would not be in this body.”
The characteristics that prema is present in the heart: humility, respect for all, absence of desire for fame, abandonment of the false ego.
The beautiful and enchanting lila when Lalitadevi asks Radha about Her encounter with Krsna and asks Her to describe Krsna’s beauty.
The beautiful dialogue between the gopis and Krsna’s flute.
When we surrender to the lotus feet of Srila Gurudeva, our heart becomes clean and we can accomplish anything.
He who receives harinama from the authentic Guru, receives the Cintamani jewel. -Sweet Radha – embodiment of divine love – says that She is not qualified to describe Krsna’s beauty, and asks Lalita to describe it.
The Brahmanda Purana reveals some of the wonderful qualities of Sri Radhika. -The fantastic lila of how baby Radha saved Her mother, Kirtida, from a crocodile in the river Yamuna.
Lila-kathas about Sri Radha are found in various Puranas.