I recently sent this e-mail out to the Gita-nagari e-mail distribution:
Hare Krishna. Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada.
Forgive me for not sending this sooner. I wrote an email weeks ago but recently noticed it had not gone [...]
I just submitted this comment to Vasu Murti’s Blog over at under this post:
Interfaith Preaching It would’ve been more graceful if I’d remembered about trackbacks, but instead I just commented there and copied it here:
Hare Krishna. I’ve been waiting since the last blog entry and I’m not disappointed. Always good stuff here. This [...]
The mainstream folks often cannot understand why religions discourage birth control, masturbation, etc. In response to this article (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-cheshire/the-good-the-bad-and-bum_b_90329.html) I wrote a little comment. Here it is:
Although I was raised Catholic, I didn’t buy the dogma for long, and I gradually turned to yoga to find out for my self what is true. [...]
This article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/cheryl-saban/freshly-mown-grass-the_b_90261.html inspired me to write something about mowing lawns:
The sight and smell of a freshly mowed lawn always makes me feel a little ill. Why do we need big lawns, almost always maintained by inefficient gas-consuming, polluting lawn mowers? What creatures get chopped up by the spinning blades, and what smaller ones [...]
Following the death of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, I wrote a little about how his teachings were not bona fide, and some of his followers came here and expressed their disapproval. For example I was told that MMY was respectful to the Hare Krishna movement, and we should also respect him.
I’ve never paid much [...]