6: Sri Krishna’s Vrindavana and Dvarka Lilas :
Here again we are hypocrites.
Our religion is a bundle of contradictions and meaningless performances which cannot take us anywhere, finally.
We must be honest to our own selves if we are really lovers of God.
Who can love God?
It is impossible.
We can love only man, woman, children, wealth, egoism and power.
What else can we love?
Have we ever conceived the possibility of thinking of such a Perfection, which is the very meaning of the demonstrations of Bhagavan Sri Krishna?
Sri Krishna had a reason to behave in the way that is described in the first part of the Tenth Skandham of the Srimad Bhagavatam, and he behaved in a different way altogether in the Uttarardha, or the second part of the Tenth Skandham.
Bala Lila is the predominant theme of the first part of the Tenth Skandha.
The maturity of a world-wise householder is depicted in his Dvarka Lila.
Sri Krishna’s whole life can be classified into three parts: the Vrindavana Lila, which is also called the Mathura Lila, the Dvarka Lila, and the Kurukshetra Lila.
To be continued ....