The real magic of life is the wisdom of our own divinityHanuman das
You wanna see something really retarded? Radhanath baba learned to quote Prabhupada without actually quoting Prabhupada. He said that Prabhupada said something, but it is not clear what Prabhupada really said. Radhanath baba also mentions some verse from Bhagavad-gita, but he doesn’t quote the verse either. 😀 😀 😀 Rather, Radhanath Swami explains that Srila Prabhupada quoted a verse, we don’t know which one, and by that verse, Krishna meant that “The real magic of life is the wisdom of our own divinity”. 😀 😀 😀 Both Krishna and Prabhupada never gave that kind of statement. Prabhupada was not Dalai-salami nor he was mayavadi preacher like Radhanath baba.
Then he continues to say that we have “inherent capacity to love”. But he doesn’t say who is the object of our love? Love our girlfriend? Love ice-cream? Love our country? Love our basketball team?
Then he speaks about harmony, there is not harmony in material world because everybody is trying to be controller and enjoyer. Especially there can never be harmony if you listen to retarded mayavadi lectures.
Then he talks about “transforming arrogance to humility”. Well, most arrogant thing is to purposefully misquote your own guru. Let that sink in.
Contrary to this, Prabhupada was always clear and straightforward in his presentation.
So, when you claim that you are quoting somebody, but you are actually not quoting them, this is called cheating and lying.
Look at it yourself, as soon as you press play button, movie will start from that exact spot at 15:16:
Let’s quote Prabhupada more
Now, let’s look at a few statements made by Hanuman das, which also “come from Prabhupada”:
The real magic of life is the wisdom to recognise when you are being cheated by fake mayavadi so called disciple of Prabhupada.
The real magic of life is when you can blast mayavadis online by exposing their cheating.
The real magic of life is when you stop organising eye camps, building hospitals and when you start reading Prabhupada’s books.
The real magic of life is the wisdom to see who is real follower of Prabhupada and who is not.
The real magic of life is to give people real Krishna consciousness instead of retarded new age nonsense.
If you are a brahmacari, the real magic of life is to practice yoga with beautiful girls at Govardhana eco village:
If you are a sannyasi, the real magic of life is to play harmonica with pretty girls and Bhakti fest mayavadis:
And of course, at the very end, when you become really spiritually advanced, you can see the magic in your girlfriends’s eyes 😀 😀 😀 In other words, you end your spiritual life at the very same spot that you started it. Due to following Radhanath baba, Maya returns you to the same consciousness that you started with: