keeping the Will of Vishnu in mind

... as you read further and further into the
Srimad Bhagavatam, one quickly learns that the
way to be, is to be a dedicated servant of
Krishna, a vaisnava

... you should not want to rule the world, or
have any desire other than to see that the
Will of the Creator and Controller is done

... a perfect vaisnava does not even ask God
to send him to heaven, he only asks that
wherever he is incarnated, that the Will
of God be done. No selfishness about demanding
heavenly accomodations in a vaisnava, he will
happily suffer if it is the Will of Vishnu

... Vishnu is the well-spring of time itself,
the mythical fountain from which all things
bubble up and spring forth

... a fountain, not made by the hands of man

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If it is the last words I utter, let it be Hare Krishna