The Journey Home by Radhanath Swami


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  1. 2 Principles of Marriage

    Across all religions there is a universal concept that when a man and woman marry with proper attitude they become one body. After marriage they start living for a common purpose – to serve God together. The first principle they follow is – “I will do anything to protect you and you will do anything to protect me. We are there for each other and whatever the difficulties we may face we will be faithful to each other, till death separates us.” This devotion to each other is the common...
  2. We Can Not Change Everything, But We Can Change Ourselves

    Question: How should we deal with people who clearly are out to cheat the world, and clearly are more inclined towards evil than good? What should be our attitude towards them? Radhanath Swami: To a certain extent we have the power to change our environment, but ultimately it’s very limited. We may not be able to change the whole world or how people think or how people act or why people do what they do. Of course we can try our best to help, but there is one thing that we...
  3. Radhanath Swami Speaks to Biology Students from California State University

    HH Radhanath Swami was invited to a special home program on June 30, 2015 in Camarillo, California. This city houses California State University, Channel Islands, one of the 23 campuses in the CSU system, the biggest public university structure in California, where Nandini Radha devi dasi (aka Dr. Nitika Parmar), a disciple of Radhanath Swami works as a Biology professor. In January of 2014 and 2015, Dr. Parmar took a group of 14 students from the university for a trip to India, to explore various facets of biotechnology. This trip...
  4. Confusion is a Blessing If We Respond Accordingly.

    Question: Swamiji, I guess we are all made for a purpose. But if we are at a confused state of life, how would we really know what our purpose in life is? Radhanath Swami: Confusion is a blessing. Because when we are confused, it shakes us from our complacency, and we start asking the questions that you are asking today. This is the basis of the Bhagavad Gita. Arjuna was in total illusion. Then he became extremely confused. He thought his illusion was truth. The Bhagvad Gita begins where Arjuna is...

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