Someone asked me if we should pray for the protection of our loved ones – of course we should! But it got me thinking.
When I read the news this morning, I got scared. People all over the world are starting to brace themselves in fear of the coronavirus epidemic.
A beautiful poem by Ananada Vrindavan dasi, temple president of ISKCON Washington, D.C.
When thunderstorm and lightning strikes we run inside our house, and when the earth shakes we run out of our house. Is there any place where we are safe?
The three biggest fears in life: exams, public speaking and death. Of them, the final is probably the most acute. As that fateful hour approaches, everything we worked so hard for is snatched away, throwing our entire sense of identity and purpose into question.
Just as the child is meant to outgrow the fear, so too are religious people meant to grow up spiritually and outgrow the fear motive for going to God.