Swami Prabhupada was fascinating to be with. He was so appealing you couldn't help wondering why you hadn't had the fortune of meeting him before. Many, overwhelmed by his selfless and compassionate intellect, became lifelong devotees, eager to shove back their own madness, greed, and aimlessness, and strive toward becoming vituous men and women. On the pages of this volume we find Prabhupada teaching, conversing and arguing with gentle but forceful persuasions. tHanks to Hari-Sauri dasa, Prabhupada's magic never seems to wear off. The power behind Prabhupada's thoughts is infused with moral vision, in the sense that everything comes to us through a constant intervention of an unselfish, profoundly compassionate and unusually ethical mind. Indeed on these pages Prabhupada appears not only as a master thinker, but also as a master talker, perhaps one of the great rhetors of religious literature. Through his teachings, writings, and life as he lived, Prabhupada made us see that man ought not to be merely a blank slate passively open to events, but a mind that constantly seeks the spiritual meaning in everything it encounters. From the Foreward by DR. SHALIGRAM SHUKLA, Professor of Linguistics, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
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Book Description HS Books,US, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110963335561
Book Description HS Books,US, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0963335561