May 16

Sripad Bhakti Madhava Puri Maharaja read from Srimad Bhagavatam.
http://srimadbhagavatam.com/1/19/1/en

  • Maharaja Pariksit deeply regretted his apparent disrespect toward Samaka Rishi. A devotee never thinks of himself as being perfect. Therefore he engages in devotional service with humility, always hoping for the grace of the Lord.
  • A devotee does not mind his own suffering, but considers it to be mercy from the Supreme Lord — an opportunity for purification. The voluntary acceptance of suffering is known as tapasya. Because a devotee fully understands the laws of karma, he is not so concerned with happiness and distress, but automatically transcends the duality of the material world via devotional service.
  • Sripad Puri Maharaja discusses the on-going dialectic between the mundane materialistic ideologies and the potential for spiritual awakening. This global interplay proceeds according to the Will of God.
  • Maharaja discusses the progression from Spinoza to Hegel with respect to the dynamics of the Absolute as Personal, or Subject, and not merely Substance.

Here is the recording of 16 May 2012 sadhu-sanga.

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