Acaryas Quotes Gurudeva said today Our Relation Depends Only on the Divine Love

Our Relation Depends Only on the Divine Love

When we want problems, any worldly things, worldly desires, then we may be cheated. And where there is no worldly gain, no envy, no ill-speaking, then why this cheating will come? So, I don’t want to cheat you. Really, I want to help you in the line of Svāmījī. I want to glorify Svāmījī from my heart. Not by worldly things, but by divine love, and all these divine things. So, I have nothing to do with worldly desires and all other things. Our relation depends only on the divine love of the Divine Couple and Caitanya Mahāprabhu and Nityānanda Prabhu.

June 28, 1996 New Braja, California

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