"Karma means action. It is the law of this material world, 'To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction'. This is Newton's third law. As yet, no one has broken that law. And there is good karma and bad karma."
"With so much austerity what result was obtained in the other three yugas, the conditioned souls of this Kali-yuga can get very easily through following this very happy process, and they are getting more than that: liberation, and after liberation, service to Krishna."
“Before producing a child, labour pain will come to the mother. But the mother happily wants to tolerate that labour pain. Every mother knows labour pain is very heavy, but again they want to produce a child. Then pain is not always very painful in the heart.”
Sri Vaishnava Toshani, May–June 1994, Vol 3 #1 is presented here.
“It is necessary to jump in any way with our full energy and hankering for a connection with the transcendental wave.”
"An ant will always search for where the hole is. That is the nature of an ant, but we are not ants, we are bees and we must try to search for where the ecstasy is."
"Your own realisation, your own research, everything, you leave it. What you are doing through your knowledge, that you leave. It may be your knowledge and it may be others' knowledge that you are eating and vomiting, that is not a factor. But what is the fundamental basis? Namanta eva jīvanti: to fully surrender and live with sravan-kirtan."
“That man took an atheistic position for debating with Guru Mahārāj, but seeing the face of Guru Mahārāj, and hearing only one śloka from Guru Mahārāj, he fell down at his lotus feet.”
Sri Vaishnava Toshani, Sep–Oct 1993, Vol 2 #3 is presented here.
Is Kṛṣṇa consciousness the same as Hinduism?