Welcome, my Lord

Tears of separationRelated image
From a thousand lifetimes
Purify the muddy waters
Of the mind
Stillness arrives

In clear waters
The lotus blooms
Fragrance of love
Dances in the four quarters
From deep within
Your flute resounds

Welcome, welcome, my Lord
To the Garden of Delight
My heart and soul

Please accept
Our embrace eternal

Inspired by first verse from Venu Gita (Srimad Bhagavatam, Skanda 10, 21:1)

Sri Krishna Sharanam Mama

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    1. Feel so happy you could connect — the verse in the scripture says something like “In the Autumn months, the lakes were filled with fresh waters and the fragrance of the the blooming lotuses wafted in the breeze. At that time, our Lord entered the forest of Vrindavan (which is sometimes translated as the Garden of Delight).”

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      1. How beautiful krishna. When I am in nature that is when I am happiest and most free, and close to God. I crave it. Just beautiful. ❤️

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      2. Nature is so pure. We can feel God there. i think it awaken’s that presence within us. I feel that way in some old Temples too – just the atmosphere and the thought of devotees from hundreds of years worshiping there, brings tears and a closeness to God, as the Eternal Being – everywhere, all the time and in my heart too. Love you Lorraine and feel blessed for our companionship! God bless you always and forever!

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    2. Remembering the nature description of Vrindavan…the place where Krishna lived, loved, played, danced and was danced…the description of autumn and rainy seasons in Srimad Bhagavatham…and the comparisons with various aspects of humans, animals and their activities…just amazing…

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  1. how i wish…i was one among them in various colours…dancing with Him…forgetting everything…indeed these are tears of separations…if not 1000…millions of lives…drifting apart and apart from Him…when are we going to the place where it all began…

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    1. When indeed? When? Only the Master of our hearts knows and we can only pray to Him and depend on His causeless mercy! Sri Krishna Sharanam Mama – thank you for your beautiful words.

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      1. In Krishna Sahasranaam there is a name which says – He who is married to Radha by Brahma! I always wondered about it and it was so nice to read about it here. Thank you for sharing this link – Hari Ananth Hari Katha Ananth! Jai Jai Jai Sri Krishna! Jai Shri Radhey!

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      2. Everything is yoga Maya and for us mortals only Bhagavatham can give a clue to the understanding only and only if we Have His causeless mercy that is to be obtained after millions of births by continuous longing of the soul/jivatma…

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  2. “Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Thus the Vṛndāvana forest was filled with transparent autumnal waters and cooled by breezes perfumed with the fragrance of lotus flowers growing in the clear lakes. The infallible Lord, accompanied by His cows and cowherd boyfriends, entered that Vṛndāvana forest.”

    From Srimad Bhagavatham 10.21.1 – The Gopīs Glorify the Song of Kṛiṣhṇa’s Flute…

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