Swami Ji describes how ISKCON grew in Vrindavan and how locals were first happy but then started having doubts and fears because of their wealth.
Swami Ji writes about arranged marriages and how a young woman or man can get hurt by being rejected because of their physical appearance.
Swami Ji writes about the spiritual scene where people change their opinion quickly because they are always searching for the truth outside which they can only find inside themselves.
Swami Ji writes about fake healers who bring their own group of 'ill' people with them so that they can spontaneously heal them.
Swami Ji writes about the need of positivity and says that we actually need to learn to say yes. Say ?yes? to life, love and enjoying!
Swami ji writes about a woman who has a problem with letting go. She has been separated from her boyfriend for five months but still feels betrayed that he has another girlfriend.
Swami ji writes about people who have a negative attitude. They spread negativity and they attract it, too. They live in fear and create it for others.
Swami Ji talks about followers who, like sheep, blindly follow whatever their master says. Swami Ji would like to have authentic friends who make their own opinion.
Swami Ji talks about unconditional love: unconditional trust and unconditional respect are the base for it and thus essential to make a relationship work.
Swami Ji tells one reason why relationships do not last long anymore in the western world.