Thursday, 15 July 2021

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Ramsden Park, Toronto


Busy in Bhakti


We have gone back, steadily, to our older program of stairway kirtan. Neighbours who pass by love it. As long as we don’t perform with symbols, drum, harmonium “in-their-face,” so to speak. Gentle, sweet and melodious is the way to go. Actually, the weather is conducive for outdoor kirtan and our group’s intent is to gain as much mileage with this presentation as possible.


In addition to the kirtan, which is now regular at night, 7 pm punctual, the morning and noon chants are also steady. I can count on my good fortune. Today I also delivered five classes. I’m blessed. I don’t know if everyone can say this, but I can.


Plans for this week are underway for chanting at one of the beaches in Toronto, as well as in North York on Friday, High Park on Saturday and Bracebridge on Sunday. We are cooking.


The sixth volume of “Memories” has come out. These are testimonies of devotee’s experiences with our guru, Prabhupada. There is nothing sweeter than these pastimes; they are the ripest. I highly recommend this book by Siddhanta. There’s even some Canadian content in this volume. I am reading those memories to a handful of devotees every day. We are rocking.


May the Source be with you!

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