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IN ESSENCE: An online course on the Soul, Karma, Reincarnation, Meditation, Yoga and much more! - Page 5 of 10 - Krishna Wisdom

IN ESSENCE: An online course on the Soul, Karma, Reincarnation, Meditation, Yoga and much more!


4. The love vacuum Love and relationships

Hey, ever heard the song “Somebody to love” by Jefferson Airplane? It may sound a bit out of date, but the words are pretty interesting. Everyone needs someone to love. By nature we want to love and be loved. And from this tendency sprouts various types of relationships. But somehow or the other, relationships are not always fulfilling. Ever wondered why? Let’s look a little bit at love and then take this conversation one step further.

So maybe we would like to instrospect a bit more and see if we are full of love, or lust. Or a bit of both. Love is a relationship that can be developed with Krishna (that’s me of course), and in it’s maturity it is the most fulfilling thing. After all, as Abraham Lincoln said

In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years

Hang on, but where does religion fit into all of this? Hmm… let’s find out some more. You know what button to click don’t you?

Next topic: Spirituality and religion

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Radha Govinda has been living as a monk at Bhaktivedanta Manor for over 8 years now, and is a musician, motivational speaker and a writer. He likes sharing inspirational stories and wisdom from the ancient East and has a passion to encourage people to take up spritual practices. He holds a Master's degree in Mechatronics and worked in Control Systems engineering for Fluor before deciding to take up spiritual life full time as a monk in 2009. He now travels around the country sharing his experiences with people interested in yoga and spirituality.

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