Monday, October 4, 2010

Radhanath Swami on The Greatest Miracle

What is it that God cannot do? Sometimes we find it difficult to comprehend how God can be blue in color. That is because we have seen people of different colors - white, yellow, black, brown - but never blue. We tend to confine God to our limited conception. Just one look at the sky on a starry night can make us understand the futility of trying to understand God in terms of our capacity. "Can any one of us create such beautiful stars?" For someone who can create the entire universe effortlessly, would it be difficult for Him to appear in a blue form? It is this inconceivable power of God that is the only hope of His devotees. If He can do anything, can He not transform our lives and help us love Him if we surrender unto Him?

26 comments:

  1. The potencies of the beautiful blue-colored Lord can only be estimated; if His temporary creation is so spell-bounding and magnificient, how much more must He be so?

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  2. hrishikesh mafatlalOctober 5, 2010 at 1:06 AM

    Radhanath Swami's realizations are breath-taking. His explanation is so simple, but I am always left feeling that "Wow, I never thought like that".

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  3. The inconceivable becomes conceivable, by His inconceivable mercy.

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  4. The complexities of the entire cosmic manifestation can only be handled by a Supreme Person - God. And yet many people foolishly think that everything around us is happening of it's own accord without any divine power controlling it. Thank you Radhanath Swami for shedding light on this subject matter.

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  5. Nice one. thanks a lot for sharing.

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  6. So nice Lord has inconceivable power.Radhanath Swami is opening my eyes widely.Thanks

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  7. Wonderful article. Radhanath Swami's descriptions are always encouraging.

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  8. Yes, Krishna's blue color is now hope-giving......

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  9. Lord is unlimited and he can do anything beyond our perception,this is truely explained by Maharaj.

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  10. Thank you Maharaj for making us realize that how limited and insignificant we are to to Unlimited and Magnificent Lord

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  11. God is great -- nice words from HH Radhanath Swami

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  12. Radhanath swami has put forth such wonderful point in front of all of us.

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  13. I never thought on those lines. Thank you Radhanath Swami

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  14. Very true. We try to understand everything through our own sense perception/experience, but God being beyond that, can't be understood without putting faith in the words of scriptures and pure saintly persons like Radhanath Swami maharaj...Thank you Radhanath Swami maharaj for sharing this amazing realization with us.

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  15. Thank you Radhanath Swami for this very wonderful point.

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  16. Radhanath Swami always emphasizes the inconceivable potency of the Lord by which he can do anything, absolutely anything. If we have a process by which to have a personal relationship with such a person, why not??

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  17. Radhanath Mahraj ! thank you mahraj ,by surrendering to God ,He can transform our lives ,this is only hope for us.

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  18. It's amazing.... how such realizations can emerge from Krishna's blue color....

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  19. So true, we always look from our perspective and that's why we have difficulties to understand.

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  20. Radhanath Swami raises some fundamental questions and proves to us the fallacy of our tiny brains in trying to comprehend the limitless breadth of God's prowess.

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  21. Maharaj's words are very encouraging. We need only follow his instructions scrupulously.Thanks Maharaj for your able guidance.

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  22. This is one of the defaults of a human being - imperfect senses.....& with that imperfect senses one tries to speculate about God...........

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  23. Radhanath Swami here gives the clue,
    that God's color can also be blue..
    Believing and worshipping blue colored Krishna brings one out of his BLUES....

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  24. Yogita JagannathanOctober 20, 2010 at 9:10 PM

    God is great and to depend on His greatness to achieve great heights in our devotion unto Him is the perfection of our lives.

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