why I can't fall in love





... Srila Prabhupada explains it this way

... we humans are like little kids who want to
play in mud. Like our parents, God says
it's not wise to play in the mud, but
do it if you must, but don't blame Him if you get
dirty

... this material world, is the mud, it
allows us to experience sense gratification,
which is very addictive

... the problem with the material world
is that it has major problems which cannot
be avoided, they are birth, sickness, old
age, and death ... there are no cures

... Prubhupada states in the Srimad Bhagavatam:
People are being educated and trained to work
very hard for sense gratification. and there
is no sublime aim in life.
A man travels to earn his livelihood. leaving
home early in the morning, catching a local
train and being packed in a compartment.
He has to stand for an hour or two in order
to reach his place of business. Then again he
takes a bus to get to the office. At the office
he works hard from nine to five; then he takes
two or three hours to return home. After eating,
he has sex and goes to sleep. For all this hardship,
his only happiness is a little sex ..... human life
is not meant for this kind of existence, which
is enjoyed even by dogs and hogs. Indeed, dogs
and hogs do not have to work so hard for sex.
A human being should try to live in a different
way and should not try to imitate dogs and hogs.
The alternative is mentioned. Human life is meant
for tapasya, austerity and penance.
By tapasya, one can get out of the material
clutches. When one is situated in Krishna
consciousness, devotional service, his happiness is
guaranteed eternally


... human life dosn't seem appealing anymore,
the desire for women just brings another
incarnation, and more suffering in the mud

... once you realize this truth, it's
impossible to love a woman, or any human
for that matter

... you can only keep your mind focussed
on extricating yourself from the quicksand
of the material world




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