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Can someone give some examples on how below points can be implemented smoothly in one's life while doing one's regular day-to-day duties ? Any pointers, suggestion would help. Thank you.
Life should be so molded that one will always have the chance to think of Krsna. One should always act in such a way that all his daily activities are in connection with Krsna. He should arrange his life in such a way that throughout the twenty-four hours he cannot but think of Krsna.
One can get infected by transcendental disease, only in the association of Lord or in the association of those who are already infected. There is no other way.
You should strive to read and chant everyday of course. Also converse with devotees in person or through mediums such as this website. As for other activities anything can be offered to Krsna. What do you do for a living? What hobbies do you enjoy? No matter what you do all day every day do it as an offering to Krsna and surrender the results to Him.
Thank you. I feel i am not pure enough, because till now I do not feel the urge to search for a right Guru who can take me to Krishna. I am thinking inside that Krishna will create that urge when there is right time; I still need to purify myself. So far I am not qualified enough to identify my right Guru. Is this thinking right ? If not, I pray you devotees to please point out the problem and what should be the right approach ?
I am not in a position to offer all to Krishna, so i am doing selective offering. And once I start some work, I remember Him, but I forget Him when I am in the middle of it, when fully concentrated on the work. So what is the immediate medicine I should try to recover from these diseases ? Please guide.
Hare Krishna Everyone,
Please do not withdraw your mercy; be pleased by your own mercy. Prabhuji, please help clarifying those above questions (available in my last reply) from this ignorant child, even though it may actually be a futile inquiry.
Thanks and Regards,