At the Top
I am really fortunate because rains have been in abundance, more than usual. It has left everything very green. Locals say, “It is usually dry at this time.”
The village of Romanacos is approximately seven kilometres from the farm, Vrajamandala. A kind person, Vishnu Dharma, drove us to the top of the hill, right to the site of the village. There sits an old church from the 16thcentury. A tiny snake seemed to take refuge in the area. He shared the road with us—Nir, Julan and Lyla. https://instagram.com/p/BkT_r_igFJn/ The trail is this winding road that is ever so quiet. It’s hard to believe we are so remote. Luckily, spring fountains of drinking water are found here and there. Overall, I find it is a very pleasant place for self-reflection and God-contemplation.
Yadunandan Swami asked that I give classes twice today—once on the story of young prince Dhruva after he met Vishnu, and another on “Whatever you wish to speak about.” For the second one—which was at 6:00 p.m.—I wasn’t sure where I was going to go with it. It was a nice surprise to see how it terminated. Each person was left with their own chosen, personal sutra(code) which he/she felt was their direct message from our guru, Srila Prabhupada.
“In a nutshell, what is he asking you to do?”
In truth, I came to Spain primarily to meet with Yadunandan Swami, and two Cuban devotees, Janardan of Madrid, the temple president, and Julan Yatra, vice president of Tenerife. We discussed, at length, strategy for sharing Krishna Consciousness there. Vrajamandala is a great place to meet.
May the Source be with you!