Thin line Difference between what you like and what you love to do

Hare Krishna

sundar govind

One of the beauty of Krishna Consciousness, I am finding is that you get technique of deep thinking  that actually gives satisfactory result or change you to more concentrate towards your energy and channelize it.

I clearly noticed a very small difference by analyzing what I like to do developed through what our senses like, habits versus what I would love to. A clear example of myself is that I am in habit of keeping nice and tidy home, organised and make things easy to do and all that which I had been doing so many years before having kid. After having child, when finding it difficult to maintain it due to lack of energy, ignoring my first priority responsibilities, I felt so frustrated and blamed it all to my luck that I have no-one to help me.

After analysing my situation, I felt that I just do, this not something I actually love, I just do out of my habit which is overtaking me. I completely ignored what is more joyful for me which will give me more satisfaction, giving  importance to something which is degrading me will just make me to lose my inner strength. At one point in our life we all mix up this little difference and lose our inner strength. Something that you really love to do, would always direct you to manage it in right way, you will accept all the hard work/management it comes with and lastly will always create positive energy in you which will be reflected in your personality.

Taking this concept further, I have found when I unable to think of Krishna/Chant his name due to busy family days or whatever reasons, felt lack of peace in myself but at same time find it manageable as well. I noticed that  I am thinking about him/chanting whatever time limit is upon me, tried to make the most of it.

A true positive energy comes with its own power to maintain itself in all respects which declines all the questions of not doing it.

HARE KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE HARE RAM RAM RAM HARE HARE

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