• The difference between wealth (money) that comes from karma and bhakti. That is, the difference between using money for the guru and Krsna or for the pleasure of the senses.
  • Poverty for the devotee: because Krsna knows that the devotee would misuse the money; because Krsna knows that the devotee will use the money well, like Sanatana Gosvami who threw away the cintamani stone.
  • If you borrow money and don’t pay, in the next life you will take the body of a dog or some other animal of the person you didn’t pay.
  • The story of the thief who asks the rich and generous man for money with the intention of not paying, but when he hears the cows talking, he changes his mind.
  • There are many reasons for a soul to take the body of an animal.
  • The story of the guru who became a snake and his disciples, the ants.
  • Story of the Guru who killed his four thieving disciples.
  • Story of Mahaprabhu’s disciple, Kala Krsnadasa, who was attracted to a gypsy woman.
  • Jivas have the power of independence, svatantra-sakti.
  • Chota Haridasa is not a baddha-jiva, he is uttama-uttama-mahapurusa, he is a sakhi of Srimati Radhika. He did this lila of taking severe punishment from Mahaprabhu to teach us all.
  • About how Chota Haridasa received severe punishment from Mahaprabhu.
  • Apa-sampradayas: aula, baula, kartabhaja, sahajiya, jata-gosani, sakhi-bhekhi, there are thirteen different apa-sampradayas described by Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura.
  • Mahaprabhu teaches that one should not make any concessions regarding contact with women.
  • About Mahaprabhu’s different behaviour with Chota Haridasa and Raya Ramananda.
  • The sahajiyas practise parakiya-bhava here in the material world – a silly, nonsensical idea!
  • The Lila of Sukadeva Gosvami, Vyasadeva seeing the young girls swimming naked in the lake.


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