Evolution of Cartoon Science

BY: VIKRAMASINGHADAS (N.L. STEWART)Apr 24, 2010  — National Geographic Society recently devoted an entire issue to Charles Darwin and his speculations regarding the origin of species. Their agenda was to show how Darwin’s ideas are now widely accepted by scientists and researchers while most religious leaders reject Darwin due to their blind faith in scriptures. […]

Vows, Weird News and the Real World

By Sesa Dasa for ISKCON News on 22 Apr 2010On April 15th the devotees of Lord Krishna world-wide began the celebration of a very special time, the month of Purushottama Adhik Mas. Purushottama is a name for Lord Krishna that means the topmost person. Adhik means extra and mas means month. To help the lunar […]

Primary and Secondary Considerations of Religion

By Sesa Dasa on 15 Apr 2010I I am utterly fascinated by how frequently major mainstream media cover God, religion, and spirituality. I am even more amazed at how consistently they get it wrong. Not wrong in the sense that only atheistic views are presented. Rather, wrong in the sense that they fail to get […]

A Hard Sell

BY: SWARUP DASApr 11, 2010 CALIFORNIA  — At a time when the Vietnam War was raging on and the Peace Movement was growing, Srila Prabhupada arrived in America and presented Bhagavad-gita As It Is, a scripture in which Krishna chastises Arjuna for being a pacifist, and tells him to get onto the battlefield and kill. […]

In God We Trust

By Sesa Dasa on 1 Apr 2010If you had one chance, a single unique opportunity, to present Krishna Consciousness to a Joint Session of the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate, the legislative branches of the most powerful government on the face of the Earth, what points would you stress? What […]

Hindu Shoes and Missed Lessons in Globalization

By Sesa Dasa on 11 Mar 2010There are two possible explanations for this fiasco. One: some marketing executives were sleepwalking during their inter-cultural orientation training, or two: there is something more sinister afoot. Either way, since American shoemaker Keds Shoes began to promote its Hindu Keds Shoes line, my affinity for the sneaker maker, an […]

Chanting and Meditation Can Lower Blood Pressure

By Nick Harding for Daily Mail (UK) on 16 Mar 2010Despite living what doctors described as a ‘virtuous life’, Claudia Zeff was at risk of heart disease. A genetic predisposition to high blood pressure meant she faced a lifetime of medication and the risk of health problems in later life, including stroke and kidney damage.  […]

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Creating a Culture of Pure Chanting

By Arcana Siddhi Devi Dasi January/February 2010 Reflections after a five-day retreat dedicated to japa, the meditative chanting of Krishna’s holy names. In 1974 two of my college friends suddenly disappeared from my circle of friends. I no longer saw them at the cafeteria where we would often sit together and speculate about the meaning […]

Dying to be Born

By Krishna Dharma Dasa on 27 Feb 2010If we have to take birth again in this world there are some places we might prefer over others. Ireland, for example, would be a good choice. In that fine land abortion is mostly illegal, giving you a fair chance of emerging from the womb in one piece. […]