Srila Prabhupada Training Disciples - on what we require
As a well-wishing teacher, guide, and guru, Srila Prabhupada constantly trained students to progress to more mature stages of discipleship. His numerous instructions were recorded in his books, letters, lectures, and conversations. After many years of thematically mapping those instructions, Vanipedia now offers these introductory articles showing the training Srila Prabhupada personally imparted to his disciples. A delightful presentation of his instructions on We Require is found within this Vaniquotes category - We Require (Disciples of SP).
An introduction is given below in the following 10 quotes.
Quotes from Srila Prabhupada's teachings
|Among yourselves, there is no strong man. That is the defect. All like child. That is the defect. And it requires a very strong man. That is lacking. In every minute details I have poked my nose. (Conversation, 27 May 1977, Vrndavana)|
|At the time of death we have to think very rightly. That is required. That is human life. You have to train yourself in such a way that at the time of death you think of Kṛṣṇa. (Bhagavad-gītā Lecture, 7 February 1975, Hawaii)|
|Be assured, Krsna will give you all facilities gradually. Your attitude is nice, very humble. Maintain that attitude and gradually you will get all the facilities you require for serving Krsna. (Letter, 17 April 1977, Bombay)|
|Before the Spiritual Master a dullheaded fool is required, an over intelligent disciple is not a very good qualification. (Letter, 8 August 1973, Bhaktivedanta Manor)|
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