Indian miniature painting: portraits of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz. Anglo-Indian or "Company" School at Delhi. Circa 1840. Gouache and gold on ivory. Set into carved ebony frame. Frame 28.8 x 31; oval miniatures 10.2 x 8cm
Everything attractive comes from Krishna, but everything attractive doesn’t take us to Krishna
By Chaitanya Charan dasThe Bhagavad-gita repeatedly urges us to not become attracted by sense objects. Yet the same Gita (10.41) asserts that the attractiveness of everything attractive comes from a spark of Krishna’s splendor. When the attractiveness of sense objects also comes from Krishna, why shouldn’t we be attracted to them? Because becoming attracted to them doesn’t take us to Krishna.
Sunday, February 9
Today is Sunday of Week 4. The Read and Respond assignment, along with the Internet assignment and Storybook assignment, are due today. So, if you have not finished those up already, now is the time. Class Procedures and Reminders: Storybook Stack. (repeat announcement) I don't update the Storybook stack as often on the weekends, but you can check there to make sure I received your assignment; I'll update it at least once or twice over the weekend. Week 4 Responding. (repeat announcement)…
✨ SHRI KRISHNA GOVINDA ✨ http://careforcows.org/ “O my Lord, because You are endowed with causeless mercy, all opulences, all prowess and all glories, strength and transcendental qualities, You are...