Pages in category "Verily"
The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.
- Alas, how powerful are the hopes of a living being to continue his life. Verily, you (Dhrtarastra) are living just like a household dog and are eating remnants of food given by Bhima
- All these devotees are undoubtedly magnanimous souls, but he who is situated in knowledge of Me I consider verily to dwell in Me. Being engaged in My transcendental service, he attains Me. BG 7.18 - 1972
- At that time all the great minds and thinkers, accompanied by their disciples, and sages who could verily sanctify a place of pilgrimage just by their presence, arrived there on the plea of making a pilgrim's journey
- If you are actually serious to understand Krsna consciousness, then you must be very much energetic: "Yes, I shall learn this art verily in this life"
- In the Bhagavad-gita (BG 9.10), the Supreme Personality of Godhead has verily explained that the material nature is only an order-carrying agent of His. She is one of the different potencies of the Lord, and she acts under His direction only
- The common people would be verily entertained by the performances of dramas, and yatra parties played wonderfully on the superhuman activities of the Lord
- The people in general are naturally inclined to enjoy, and you (Vyasa Muni) have encouraged them in that way in the name of religion. This is verily condemned and is quite unreasonable. Because they are guided under your instructions
- The two misconceptions of life, namely "I" and "mine," are verily manifested in two classes of men
- The yogi whose mind is fixed on Me (Krsna) verily attains the highest happiness. By virtue of his identity with Brahman, he is liberated; his mind is peaceful, his passions are quieted, and he is freed from sin - Bg. 6.27
- The yogi whose mind is fixed on Me verily attains the highest happiness. By virtue of his identity with Brahman, he is liberated; his mind is peaceful, his passions are quieted, and he is freed from sin. BG 6.27 - 1972
- These learned characteristics were verily manifest in the life of King Prthu. Although he was the king, he treated himself as a servant of the Lord's devotees