The Journey Home by Radhanath Swami


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  1. Sharing the Treasure of India Through “India Rising”

    A 5-day festival entitled ‘India Rising 2015’ was held in Mumbai from 14th to 18th of January with over 100,000 people in attendence. Radhanath Swami commented on the festival: “Rising India! I am very hopeful the people of India will rediscover the supreme treasure that has been their heritage, and through our arts, through our lives, we share it with each other and share it with the world.” With hundreds of stalls displaying traditional handicrafts from different parts of India throughout the festival grounds, dance and dramas were performed on...
  2. What Comes First, Love or Trust?

    Question: Swamiji, what comes first, love or trust? Radhanath Swami: That’s a beautiful question. They are like a coin with the head side and the tail side. If you have heads and tails on the coin, it’s the same coin. They are inseparable. The depths of real love and real trust are inseparable to each other. But generally, when there is some trust or faith in dharma, in the values of dharma, in the people who are teaching dharma, then that trust gives us the strength and the determination to...
  3. How to Cultivate Enthusiasm and Determination in Bhakti

    Question: I am very much interested in Bhakti Yoga. But how do I cultivate enthusiasm and determination to remain steady on this path? Radhanath Swami: How do you cultivate a plant? You have to protect it and you have to water it. If you’re growing a flower in your garden you must protect it from being ripped out, from being trampled on, from being choked by weeds, and you also have to put water on it. So that is how enthusiasm and determination are also developed. If you engage in...
  4. Investing in the Ecology of the Heart

    A crippled economy and a polluted environment plague our social body. Both largely stem from the same core disease — pollution of hearts. Blinded by distractions one can forget how to invest in what awards a meaningful, fulfilling life. Parallel to our vast strides in technology, there is a dangerous rise in unemployment, foreclosures and degrading education. Millions of people are stricken with hopelessness and strife. Sadly, in the name of progress we have polluted the air, water, soil and the food we eat. What can we do? The following...

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