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Articles tagged as Gratitude

  • Grateful Or Great Fool
    The sanskrit word for gratitude is “krta-jna” – literally meaning “to know what has been done for you.” The ungrateful person who lacks such a vision may instead be called a great fool.
  • The Attitude of Gratitude

    True gratitude is beyond a superficial flattery of the ‘thank-you’ we hear daily. Heartfelt appreciation may be above utterances. It cannot be just switched on and off.

  • Thoughts on Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year.

  • Devotees Have a Lot to be Grateful for as Temples Celebrate Thanksgiving

    While Thanksgiving meals typically feature a dead turkey as their central dish – something that makes ISKCON devotees’ hearts fill with sadness and compassion – the American holiday has other elements that fit with the Vaishnava mindset, such as the central theme of gratitude.

  • Entry.title: 10,000 Kanpur Youth Expected For Gratitude Festival
    Entry.type: 'Meditation'
    Entry.tags: [gratitude] [kanpur_1] [youth]
  • An Offering of Gratitude to Srila Prabhupada by ISKCON Desire Tree

    Watch this small offering of gratitude to our dear Srila Prabhupada by ISKCON Desire Tree on the occasion of 50th Anniversary. Celebrating the Joy Of Devotion.

  • Look Back to Look Forward

    The sanskrit word for gratitude is “krta-jna” – literally meaning “to know what has been done for you.” Truly valuing the miracle of our present state, opens the doors to limitless and abundant potential.