Amazing Late Bloomers

By Ryan Tracy and David A. Graham for Newsweek on 21 Nov 2010Who cares if the government raises the retirement age? Retirees will not need those Social Security benefits if they follow in the footsteps of these late bloomers, all of whom reached the apex of their careers during the years when conventional wisdom says […]

Globalization Destroys Rural Communities

Recently, I was visiting Bhatinda in Punjab because of an epidemic of farmers suicides. Punjab used to be the most prosperous agricultural region in India. Today every farmer is in debt and despair. Read more…

$ex and the Internet

Several years ago I began to notice that advertisements began to appear on my computer that were related to the subject matter of my emails. Read More…

Honoring Life in Santan Dharma

The ancient Sanatana Dharmic diet of vegetarianism has recently been gaining a great deal of popularity, both as a diet and as a way of life. Influenced by a number of different factors, millions of people worldwide have been increasingly turning to this ancient vegetarian lifestyle. In the United States alone, there are an estimated […]

For Whom Does Hinduism Speak?

In this essay H.J. Resnick explains where the term ‘Hindu’ originates from. He asks for whom does the term ‘Hindu’ speak and who can speak for the ‘Hindus’. To which of the multitude of widely differing worldviews does this term apply? What are the implications of accepting ‘Hindu’ as a designation? Hrdayananda Dasa Goswami also […]

For Whom Does Hinduism Speak?

by H.J. Resnick (aka Hridayananda Dasa Gosvami)In this essay H.J. Resnick explains where the term ‘Hindu’ originates from. He asks for whom does the term ‘Hindu’ speak and who can speak for the ‘Hindus’. To which of the multitude of widely differing worldviews does this term apply? What are the implications of accepting ‘Hindu’ as […]

Is Krishna God or what?

by Ram Mohan on Saturday, October 9, 2010 at 12:30am Ok. Yesterday morning, I’m driving through New York for the first time in 18 years, in a 36 foot long, 13 foot high truck. I’m taking I-278 around the city to reach an appointment on Long island, but already before 7am it’s rush hour and […]

Kirtan Yoga: Nurturing the Sounds of the Soul

By Steven J. Rosen (Satyaraja Dasa)Who hasn’t tried conventional yoga? Nearly everyone, at one time or another, has found themselves sitting with eyes closed, in a lotus position, perhaps, engaging various breathing techniques and focusing on some meditational image or conundrum. “The benefit that one attained in the Satya Age by meditation, in the Treta […]

Kirtan Yoga: Nurturing the Sounds of the Soul

By Steven J. Rosen (Satyaraja Dasa)Who hasn’t tried conventional yoga? Nearly everyone, at one time or another, has found themselves sitting with eyes closed, in a lotus position, perhaps, engaging various breathing techniques and focusing on some meditational image or conundrum. “The benefit that one attained in the Satya Age by meditation, in the Treta […]

Anupama Dasi’s Story of Faith,

This is the inspiring story of Anupama Dasi of Phoenix, who tottered between life and death for months, and always kept her Krishna Consciousness. Her husband Raja, was constantly  by her side chanting. Hare Krishna all, This mail may be long overdue, but my sentiments are eternal. It has been nearly 3 months since my […]