How can we avoid blurting out and learn to think before speaking?

by Chaitanya CharanJune 24, 2013

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  • Sudha Mehta
    June 24, 2013 at 10:18 pm

    Hare Krsna Prabhu,

    Wonderful lecture Prabhu. Just one question In our dealings with other devotees and Vaishnava we are atleast careful as not to cause Vaishnava aparadh. But when it comes to dealing with people in real material world like for eg a ladies get together or at workplace or in Corporate informal meets keeping away, not answering etc does not act in our favour. Sometimes their behaviour is so instigating we cant do without giving a tight reply so that things are nipped in bud. Is it ok that we keep speed break in our dealings with devotees while with normal karmi people we can take liberties if they provoke. I am sorry if I have offended you in any way. Will be obliged if you can clarify

    Sudha Mehta

  • sanjaydasanudas
    June 25, 2013 at 11:01 am

    hare krishna great prabhuji ,This is exactly what i have tried but failed, but i guess vaishnavas practice is his scriptural understanding of scriptures ” abhas yogene as chetasa na anya gamina”i think it is correct may be it will come out after days of constant and committed practice and revising the shastras “anuka yasya sankalp parikul yasya vivirjitam”great it matches exactly what understood by scriptures , i always feel i get disturbed by specially some mataji devotees at gaudia mission.i descided to just offer dandawats and walk off silently .

    • Chaitanya Charan das
      June 26, 2013 at 6:56 am

      Yes, walking away is a safe policy. You may also find the answer to the below comment useful.

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