Category:Distinguishing Between Devotees of God
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Pages in category "Distinguishing Between Devotees of God"
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- A preacher is generally a topmost devotee, but in order to meet the general populace, he has to come to distinguish between devotees and nondevotees. Otherwise, an advanced devotee makes no such distinctions
- An advanced devotee does not distinguish between happiness and distress
- As explained in the previous verse, there are three types of devotees - kanistha-adhikari, madhyama-adhikari and uttama-adhikari. The kanistha-adhikari cannot distinguish between a devotee and nondevotee
- In displaying their (the gopis') affection, they had distinguished between Krsna and their sons, but now that distinction disappeared - SB 10.13.25
- In this verse Srila Rupa Gosvami advises the devotee to be intelligent enough to distinguish between the kanistha-adhikari, madhyama-adhikari and uttama-adhikari
- There are bodily differentiations among all varieties of living entities, but a devotee should not distinguish between one living entity and another on such a basis
- There is no need to name those who are useless. I have mentioned them only to distinguish them from the useful devotees
- They distinguish between American Vaisnava and Indian Vaisnava: brahmana Vaisnava, sudra Vaisnava. No. A Vaisnava is Vaisnava. Visnur asya devatah iti vaisnava. One who has accepted Visnu as "my Lord," he has no designation
- This enlightenment perfectly enables the devotee to distinguish spirit from matter because the knot of spirit and matter is untied by the Lord
- To distinguish themselves clearly from the Tattva-vadi branch of Madhva's descendants, the Vaisnavas of Bengal prefer to call themselves Gaudiya Vaisnavas