"The boat of your lotus feet / Will get me across the ocean of life some day. / No matter come what may / In my heart you will stay...."
Many a times we come across people who challenge us by asking, If God exists then why can’t we see him? But there are so many things in this world which we can’t see but we believe in its existence.
In the Gita, Krishna is not sitting on a high moral cloud passing judgment on humanity, but is accepting the role of an assistant of humanity. He is persuading humanity to choose a prudent moral course by outlining logically and philosophically the choices available to us, and their inbuilt and inevitable consequences.
A seeming lack of reciprocation and intervention can discourage even the most devout spiritualist. Where is God when you need Him?!
Although by its very definition belief in the supramundane cannot be proven by normal scientific methods or logic, for the faithful there are compelling enough reasons to accept God’s existence as fact.
Stephen Fry, for those of you who don’t know him, is a spectacular comedian, charismatic actor and a national treasure. Recently, he was asked by Gay Byrne, an Irish TV presenter, what he would say to God if he died and had to confront him.
Does God Exist is a must watch to get interesting rational, factual and authoritative information about God's Existence and His role as a creator of the Universe. It is a perfect blend of Science and Spirituality.
Praying for others is itself an act of selflessness, but praying for God is the act of ultimate selflessness. What the Vrajavasis are unconscious of is Krishna’s divinity, not divinity itself. They are obviously not atheists – they are the topmost theists.
Music by Inci Mutlu Milano and Mike Jones.
"I would only believe in a God that knows how to dance" - says Fredrick Nietszche. Maybe he was searching for Krishna, the enchanting flute-player who dances with the cowherd maidens in the moonlight. Maybe we all are.
Love is our innermost longing. Gita wisdom declares that our longing for love is best fulfilled when we learn to love Krishna.
He speaks about his godhood so that we can appreciate the beauty of his concealing something that glorious for the sake of love.
God. The word evokes various images in people’s minds. Some think of God as a cosmic judge seated on a celestial throne. Others envision him as an ageless sage with a long white beard.
One of the most important ways we can come to a full understanding of our relationship with God is by spending a little “alone time” with God. However, in our amped-up, wireless sphere of reality, I think this has become a lost art.
“God is so great that we tiny creatures can never know him.” So claim some people. At first sight, this position seems reasonable and even humble. However, it neglects the reality that God is so great that he transcends not only affirmation, but also negation.
What is the Higgs Boson and why is it called "the God particle"? Deepak Chopra explains the elusive and ephemeral existence of this newly discovered particle, which imbues other particles with mass. Looking to conceptions of divinity, infinite consciousness, divine creation, our perceptual experience of the universe, and other ideas -- Deepak shows the limitations and possibilities of this scientific discovery to explain ultimate reality.
Open Discussion on the Existence of God between ISKCON spiritual master Sivarama Swami and Dr Stephen Law at University College, London.
A recent Harris Poll shows that the majority of Americans are convinced theists.