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Q. What qualification should a chanter of the Holy Names of Krishna possess ?

A. One should have the following symptoms in order to constantly chant the holy names of Krishna:-

1. Humility.
2. Compassion.
3. Freedom from envy.
4. Freedom from false pride.
5. The willingness to offer respects to everyone.
( Commentary on Shikshashtakam, verse, 3.)


MESSAGE: Dandavat and pranam dear devotees. Hare Krishna. More questions and answers will be added on this page at the bottom. Take care, bye.

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Q. 2.  What mentality should a devotee maintain ?
A.      A devotee should always maintain humility within the heart.
         ( Shri Bhagavatarka Marici Mala). 
A devotee should always be humble and see that the Lord is present in everyone's heart.
Q. 3.  What is humility ?
A.     I am a servant of Krishna. I am poor and do not possess anything.
         Krishna is my all-in-all. This is humility.
         ( Jaiva Dharma, ch. 8 ).
Q.  4.  What is the root of a living entity`s original nature ?
A.     Nature is born from association. One`s nature is determined
        according to one`s association. The faith that a living entity
        develops by living out the karma of his previous
        life`s association is changed by the association he has in his
        present life. Therefore, association is the root cause of
        a living entity`s nature. 
       ( Sajjana Tosani  15/2).

 

Hare krishna maathaaji,

Really excellent.

 

Very nice Mataji.

Yes humility is the key. In fact that leads one to develop the other qualities like "freedom from envy", "freedom from pride", "willingness to offer respects to everyone" etc.

Its True Prabhu!

Q.  5.  What is special about the name Krishna ?
A.       The holy name Krishna is the Lord`s eternal name that attracts
          everyone toward His ecstatic love and reveals His supreme existence.
          (Brahma-samhita  5/3).
Q.  6.  How many ways are there to cultivate hearing ?
A.       There are three ways to cultivate hearing.
          a.  To hear about scriptures.
          b.  To hear about the holy names and topics of the Lord.
          c.  To hear devotion-filled discourses.
           (Shri Caitanya-Shikshamrta  3/2).
Q.  7.  Is there any direct proof that sadhu-sanga brings auspiciousness ?
A.       By observing a devotee`s pure characteristics, in a short time a
          person`s mind is changed, his attachment for sense enjoyment
          decreases, and the seedling of bhakti sprouts in the heart. One
          gradually develops a taste for the Vaishnavas` food and behaviour.
          (Sajjana Tosani  11/11).
Q.  8.  How can one become a Vaishnava ?
A.       One becomes a Vaishnava by the mercy of a Vaishnava.
           ( Jaiva Dharma ch. 10).
Q.   9.  Are humility and compassion separate from devotional service ?
A.         Humility and compassion are not separate qualities but are
            included in devotional service. 
           (Jaiva Dharma, ch. 8).

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