“There’s nothing worth carving out of this worthless piece of stone”, Italian sculptor Duccio said many centuries ago. Like him, many have said the same lines in all walks of life: from philosophy, human sciences, literature, art, politics, physics, metaphysics, etc. But what we at Universalist Radha-Krishnaism can say? It is not our fault many so called great teachers and thinkers and everyday men who follow them find this world defective. It is not our fault they have zero vision and inspiration to see beyond their own blindness …
It was raining last night
but we could feel rain was approaching, many days before
Some gems were falling down
and some pearls scattered from heavens …
Everything we do is better to do with love, no matter how small, or how insignificant we think it is. We cannot measure love. Loving attitude is better than purity of any kind, no matter how big the latter one is. Love is a higher principle than purity. Purity is a serious impediment and becomes a goal in itself, which is a sad truth in all spiritual practices today and of antiquity …
If the iPad and its successor devices free everyday people to focus on what they do best, it will dramatically change people’s perceptions of computing from something to fear to something to engage enthusiastically with. We aim the same for the Universalist Radha-Krishnaism in the field of spirituality and modern thinking.
It is a sad truth today — man is not only separated from the environment, but is disintegrated even inside, into quanta of incomprehensible, meaningless feelings and thoughts. Nothing holds him together anymore. Let’s explore how this relates to circumstances and change in one society of some 500 years ago.
Imagine this: One morning you wake up, brush your teeth, have breakfast, go out, walk the street and continue with your exciting new daily plan. However, everyone around starts addressing you as you were a person 30 years ago — a person from another time.
Although sourcing from progressive Christianity its outlook on personal revelation, and from Gaudiya Vaishnavism its enchantment with all-attractive God-dess, in its heart and mind Universalist Radha-Krishnaism is closest to ancient wisdom of Taoism than to either Gaudiya Vaishnavism or Christianity, for it refuses to share their predominantly outdated worldviews.
Quantum physics’ the observer effect says that there is no reality until that reality is perceived. This profound insight tells us that we alter every object in the world simply by paying attention to it.
Albert Einstein, perhaps the most highly celebrated and recognized scientist / philosopher, said once, ‘People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.’ What would this remarkable view bring into the world of spiritual ideas?
No matter how green it might be, money still cannot be as sweet and nourishing as real butter. Our society has tried its best trying to substitute the natural balance for world of immense crisis and anxiety, swapping economy in its true meaning and choosing profitonomy instead. Results are all around us: poverty, wars, endless crisis.