Images of Lord Krishna for the month of janmashtami. This is one of the images that will always be a part of my heart. I have always been a big fan of Krishna and the whole of the Mahabharata. I remember having my first glimpse of him when I was in grade 6, and it was the most wonderful time of my life. He is a great teacher.
The Mahabharata (of course) is full of great stories of kings, their battles, their conquests, their love, their jealousy, and so on and so forth. The one I was most taken with, and the one I always look to when I’m thinking of Krishna, was about the love affair he had with Arjuna.
My father loved Krishna more than anything in the Mahabharata. He loved him even more than I did. But when he got his mother-in-law’s death, for some reason he was very sad when he thought her death was a little too late. Since he was so sad, he kept it to himself.
I was just about to say that the love story of Arjuna and Krishna is very simple. But then I thought about it some more and realized that this was very important. What is it about them that makes him love them? If we have a relationship with Krishna, we must also have a relationship with Krishna. So when Krishna says that he loved Arjuna more than any other person in the world, it is because Arjuna was Krishna’s greatest enemy.
When people make it a point to describe Krishna as their “best friend,” they’re only fooling themselves. Krishna is the ultimate adversary of all good things. He is the warrior, the philosopher, the lover, the god. He is not only our greatest enemy, but also the greatest friend. He is the one who teaches and leads us to understand the nature of love and the true meaning of life.
The concept of love is one that Krishna is well aware of and has taught and lived through. But its value is not only in words, it is also in action. In this life Krishna teaches us how to fight against our enemy and how to live our lives as Krishna taught.
It is not only in the words of Krishna that we can find the meaning of life. The actual act of love is not just a word, but a deed. This is one of the greatest lessons in the world, and it is worth fighting for. The concept of love is one that is not only for the sake of our own love, but for the sake of those who suffer.
Krishna teaches us a tremendous lesson in love, and this is one of the reasons that it is so important to us to protect our own love, not just for ourselves, but for those who are suffering. Krishna teaches us a lesson that we can apply to any area of our lives, whether it be romantic love or even the love of a friend. He teaches us that we cannot live our life without knowing that we love. He teaches us to fight our enemy so that we can love.
This is a lesson most of us should take to heart. In fact, this is one of those lessons that I wish I had learned in kindergarten. I should have been taught that it’s okay to get a little frustrated with life. In kindergarten, I was told to “love thy neighbor” and to think about “yourself” and “God” a lot. I should have learned from that that it’s okay to get a little frustrated with life.
This is by far the most popular thing a kid does as a birthday gift. He is the oldest of all the kids in our class and the only one who’s ever given a birthday. You’re supposed to be the only one watching the movies that day and you’re supposed to be the only one playing a game of chess.