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Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami Maharaj

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Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami Maharaj:

kim pramattasya bahubhir, paroksair hayanair iha
varam muhurtam viditam, ghatate sreyase yatah

(Srimad-Bhagavatam: 2.1.12)

"Imperceptibly, many, many years pass uselessly in the life of a person intoxicated by mundane pleasures. Better if only for a moment he realises that he is losing valuable time, for he may thus become serious to attain his eternal benefit."

Here, Sukadeva Goswami says that one moment is sufficient to solve the whole problem of life, if it is properly utilised in sadhu-sanga. At all costs, try to utilise the opportunity of sadhu-sanga, the association of the agent of Krishna. What is the necessity of living for ages and ages if we are unconscious of our own interest? One moment properly utilised is sufficient to solve the whole problem of our life, for which we are eternally wandering about in this plane. We must be wakeful to our personal interest, not negligent.

Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami Maharaj:

Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu came to direct us to our real interest within: "You do not know your own heart. You are a foreigner to your own heart and its demand. There is a wealth within your heart -- try to find it: eliminate the foreign things, and you will find your heart to be a temple of Krishna. With the help of a proper guide, search your own heart and you will find Krishna there. This is not a foreign thing to you. Every heart is a temple of the Lord. It is your property, it is your home. Back to God, back to home."

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