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Eternal Spiritual Truths (II)

 

"Do not lament for anyone because everyone is under the control of the Lord. Therefore, all men must simply worship Him and seek His protection. This is in their own best interest."

"The will of Krsna, God, is unfathomable."

'Be confident in my eternal relationship with Krsna, God, and that there really is no cause for fear.'

"Because we artificially think that there is something in existence that is not under the strict control of the Benevolent Supreme Lord, we become fearful." Srimad-Bhagavatam, 11.2.7, Purport

Krishna is the Supreme Controller who knows everything and nobody knows ...

Everything is in fact an emanation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

"Cosmic Law is just and impartial."

"In accordance with the desire of the person at the time of death, the material nature will give you a suitable material body. Whatever state of being someone remembers when he leaves the body, O son of Kunti, that same state he will attain without fail." (Gita 8.06)


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"At the time of death, the subtle elements (mind, intellect, and ego) which when combined is called consciousness, carry the small particle of spirit soul to another body in order to enjoy or suffer, according to the activities of that person."

"The working senses are superior to gross matter, the mind is higher than the senses, intelligence is even higher than the mind, and the soul is even higher than intelligence." Gita 3.42

'Only the saints and the idiots are truly happy in this world of anxieties.'

'The law of Karma, one of the basic principles of the process of Krishna consciousness. In India, the cradle of human spirituality and mysticism, great sages, mystics, and people interested in spiritual life, could throughout all the ages, reach the highest perfection by following the principles of this culture."

'Without the presence of the spirit soul, the material body can not move. The body is only a dead vehicle, operated by the spirit soul that is always active and can not stop for even a moment.' Gita, 3.5, Purport

The authorized Vedic literature is the sound incarnation of the Personality of Godhead, and therefore the Vedic knowledge is perfect. Spiritual means Universal. The Bhagavad-gita is relevant for the entire world. Krsna is explaining universal things — this is the value of the book. For all ages, all countries, all planets, for the entire world.

If the Absolute Truth does not speak, how can a relative truth speak?

NOTE: Translation of original text handwritten in Portuguese.

 

Parte 7: Final Consideration

 

 

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