The young lady in the above picture teaches the world how NOT TO BE LAZY on the path of self-realization or the path of God-realization. She dances in an enthusiastic and concentrated way at the sound of kirtan:
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
In Bhagavad-gita, As It Is 10.7, in another blatant lack of truthfulness and another blatant move of literary diplomacy both editors have again banned Srila Prabhupada’s use of the word “LAZY”, obviously a very embarrassing word for some of us. Previously they have underhandedly banned engineer, logician (2.27), time serving mentality (7.16 p.), imaginative brain (7.15), transcendental performances (7.19p), “modes” in “modes of devotional service” (9.14), ” and subversive (6.10). For further details, please see https://krishnaculture.org/2021/11/27/down-with-jayadvaita-svami-and-down-with-his-bhagavad-gita-as-it-is-not/
BGAII OT & V3, 10.7, purport: “These are some of the opulences of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. And when one is firmly convinced of these instructions, he accepts such instructions with great faith and without any doubt, and certainly, he becomes engaged in devotional service. All this particular knowledge is required for increasing one’s interest in the loving devotional service of the Lord. Therefore in the ??? it is said ???. One should not be lazy in understanding fully how great Krishna is, for by knowing the greatness of Krishna, one will be able to be fixed in sincere devotional service of the Lord”
BGAII V2 10.7, purport: “These are some of the opulences of the Supreme Lord. When one is firmly convinced of them, he accepts Krsna with great faith and without any doubt, and he engages in devotional service. All this particular knowledge is required in order to increase one’s interest in the loving devotional service of the Lord. One should not neglect to understand fully how great Krsna is, for by knowing the greatness of Krsna one will be able to be fixed in sincere devotional service.”
The expression “the Supreme Personality of Godhead” has also been banned by Hayagriva and the change was rubber-stamped by Jayadvaita. We already know that Hayagriva does not like this expression, as he has replaced it without any authority whatsoever with “the Blessed Lord” on many occasions. All these dealings are apa-sampradaya.
They also failed to identify the quote wanted in the text. We shall find it later.
This article will be very short indeed, as the title speaks volumes for itself. All glories to the powerful and unrelenting Srila Prabhupada, Founder-Acarya of ISKCON! May we be blessed to have and develop the qualities required to follow in His glorious footsteps.