Top 5 Apps for Krishna

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​Krishna is a major Hindu deity worshiped in a variety of different perspectives. Krishna is one of the most widely revered and popular of all Hindu deities.The Bhagavad Gita is a book in which krishna presents a synthesis of the concept of Dharma,theistic bhakti,the yogic ideal of moksha(nirvana) through bhakti, karma,Raja Yoga and philosophy.ISKCON was formed to spread the practice of bhakti yoga, in which those involved (bhaktas) dedicate their thoughts and actions towards pleasing the Supreme Lord Krishna.

1.Bhagavad Gita (Audio)

It is the divine discourse spoken by Lord Krishna himself and is the most popular and and well known scripture from ancient India. It reveals the purpose and goal of human existence. The audio is in five languages English, hindi,sanskrit, marathi and gujrati.


The App is for Darshan(live viewing) of Lord Krishna in ISKON temples in Delhi,Vrindavan,Houston and almost all places where Iskon temple is…

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“My Joy Is Like Spring” … The poetry of Thich Nhat Hanh

Jamie Dedes' THE POET BY DAY Webzine


ZEN MASTER THICH NHAT HANH (his students call him Thãy) is a revered spiritual leader, a poet and a peace activist.  Martin Luther King called him an apostle of peace and nonviolence and suggested Thãy for a Nobel Prize, which Thāy never received.

Thāy is sometimes called the other Dalai Lama.  His key teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live peacefully in the present moment.

The featured poem (below), Please Call Me by My True Names, moves us to compassion. It reflects the Buddhist concept of interdependent coexistence for which Thāy coined the term “interbeing.”  In it he seeks to remind us that we are one with each other and with nature. His poetry is gentle and his word-pictures and pacing tend to sooth and heal. His many published works include several poetry collections.

Thãy lives in Plum Village in France, where he is recuperating from a stroke.

Thích Nhất Hạnh (Nguyen Xuan Bao) b. October 11, 1926). Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist. He coined the term "Engaged Buddhism" Thích Nhất Hạnh (Nguyen Xuan Bao) b. October 11, 1926…

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Day 1352: Forget it!

The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

I forgot my phone at work last night, so if you expected to see any photos from yesterday, forget it!

I tend to forget:

  • my phone,
  • umbrellas,
  • numbers,
  • song lyrics,
  • people’s names,
  • dates,
  • details about movies I’ve only seen once,
  • grudges, and
  • I forget what else.

Stress often increases forgetfulness.  I’m forgetting more than usual this week. If you want me to explain why that is, forget it!   I’d rather focus on what I wish I could forget, which includes:

  • past hurts,
  • past disappointments,
  • past illnesses,
  • past surgeries,
  • cruelty, and
  • politics, if only for a moment.

But forget it! I can’t control what I forget and what I remember. Right now, I remember talking to my friend Megan yesterday about the ups and downs of life and how we wished we could remember to ride them, like surfers riding waves.

I’m sure there are recent photos I’ve forgotten to include…

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