The Journey Home by Radhanath Swami

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  1. Edward Mortimer

    “The Journey Home is an extraordinary story of how a Jewish boy from 1950s Chicago migrated through the counterculture of the early 70s in search of his inner self, and emerged as an outstanding Hindu thinker and spiritual leader. Worth reading no matter what your own starting-point or destination may be.” Edward Mortimer CMG, Edward Mortimer CMG is the former Director of Communications in the Executive Office of the United Nations Secretary-General. He is an author, journalist, and fellow of All Souls College Oxford.
  2. Radhanath Swami Discusses “Peace and Prosperity in the 21st Century” Before International Ambassadors

    On the 27th of April, 2015, Radhanath Swami was interviewed at Goodenough College in London on the topic “Peace and Prosperity in the 21st Century” as part of a dedicated international forum for the promotion of peace and cooperation between nations. The event was attended by more than one hundred esteemed guests, including lords, professors and thirty-seven plenipotentiary representatives and ambassadors of various nations. All were eager to hear the unique perspective of a globally renowned spiritual leader of the 21st century. The event began with a warm welcome for Radhanath Swami...
  3. Video & Transcript of Radhanath Swami’s Talk at Oxford Union

    On December 3rd, 2014 Radhanath Swami was invited to participate in a historic discussion by the Oxford Union, one of the world’s most prestigious debating societies. The other speakers were Dr. Cornel West, a provocative American academic, activist and author, and Dr. Angela Davis a prominent political activist, author, and educator. The discussion was attended by 400 students and held in honor of the revolutionary campaigner of civil rights Malcolm X who himself had come to the Union 50 years ago. The topic was whether extremism in the defense of...
  4. What it Means to be Detached

    Question: I am married and have a family with certain responsibilities. Recently I took up the spiritual practice of Bhakti-yoga and heard about ‘detachment’ as one of the principles. With so many responsibilities how can I practice this principle? Radhanath Swami: We have to understand from Bhagavad-Gita, what it means to be detached. To be detached means that you are attached to the service but you are detached from the results of the service for your personal enjoyment. Arjuna was a warrior and his duty was to fight. Lord Krishna told...

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