Spiritual Quote for the Day
One of the meanings of the name ‘Krishna’ is: ‘The one who cultivates the land of the heart’.
Krishna draws people, sows, grows and harvests love in broken hearts, conferring supreme delight.
Lord Krishna loved cattle and tended the cows.
While His brother Balarama had the plough as his inseparable weapon.
The plough is not a destructive weapon; it is a tool that helps agriculture that feeds humanity.
So both of them give themselves to all living beings.
The message for you is: “Apply your knowledge into practice and harvest essentials that elevate all beings.”

Always question yourself: "How have I contributed to the happiness of my fellow beings?" - Sri Sathya Sai Baba

 

eganesha wishes one and all a happy Krishna Janmastami. May lords grace touch every human being.

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If you seek God with your whole heart, then you may be assured that the grace of God is also seeking you
Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharshi, Ramanasramam
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Swami Ishwarananda Giri, Samvit Sadhanayan Trust
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Sri Guruji Viswanath, Manava Seva Kendra
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