sa vä idaà viçvam amogha-lélaù såjaty avaty atti na sajjate ‘smin bhüteñu cäntarhita ätma-tantraù ñäò-vargikaà jighrati ñaò-guëeçaù (SB 1.3.36) TRANSLATION The Lord, whose activities are always spotless, is the master of the six senses and is fully omnipotent with six opulences. He creates the manifested universes, maintains them and annihilates them without being the least [...]
Within Vasudeva’s heart, affection for his son and knowledge of the Supreme Lord’s transcendental nature both awakened. In the beginning Vasudeva thought, “Such a beautiful child has been born, but now Kaḿsa will come and kill Him.” But when he understood that this was not an ordinary child but the Supreme Personality of Godhead, he became fearless.
Pure devotees whose characteristics are mentioned here engage themselves fully in the transcendental loving service of the Lord .Their minds cannot be diverted from the lotus feet of KRISHNA. Their talks are solely on the transcendental subjects. The symptoms of the pure devotees are described in this verse specifically- devotees of the Supreme Lord are twenty-four hours daily engaged in glorifying the pastimes of the Supreme Lord.
apécya-darçanaà çaçvat sarva-loka-namaskåtam santaà vayasi kaiçore bhåtyänugraha-kätaram (SB 3.28.17) Synonyms apécya-darçanam—very beautiful to see; çaçvat—eternal; sarva-loka—by all the inhabitants of every planet; namaù-kåtam—worshipable; santam—situated; vayasi—in youth; kaiçore—in boyhood; bhåtya—upon His devotee; anugraha—to bestow blessings; kätaram—eager. Translation The Lord is eternally very beautiful, and He is worshipable by all the inhabitants of every planet. [...]
Therefore, Krishna tells in the Gita (evam para) That if you want to understand the Truth there is only one way that is accepting in unbroken disciplic successions of spiritual masters. Today we can find many great orators of all religions who can speak very wonderfully, use exiting analogies, speak very scholarly language, and attract [...]