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Pages in category "Luck"
The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.
- King Yudhisthira, "Since (Krsna) You are the Supreme Person, there cannot be any ill luck for one who has fully surrendered unto You"
- Kunti continued, "Even ordinary devotees who simply think of You (Krsna) are always immune to all kinds of material danger, and what to speak of ourselves, who are personally remembered by You. So, my dear Krsna, there is no question of bad luck"
- One can become rich only by trying his luck in business. It is not possible by serving other. One should have independent source of income that is possible only if one is engaged in business or in land lordship
- One who could not continue by his ill luck, he is also not loser because, that slight Krsna consciousness will help him to get another human form of body. That is guaranteed
- Our spiritual master, who also took his birth in a Vaisnava family, got all inspirations from his great Vaisnava father, Thakura Bhaktivinoda. That is the way of all lucky Vaisnava families
- Sometimes, because of our bad luck, this movement is stopped, but Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and His servants again start the movement for the benefit of the entire world or, indeed, the entire universe
- Sukadeva Gosvami said to Pariksit, "He (king Bharata) was so very lucky that the goddess of fortune was pleased to offer him all kinds of material concessions, but he never accepted any of these material opulences"
- The goddesses of fortune are very fickle and restless, so no one can consistently captivate them. Thus one's luck will always change sometime. Yet the goddesses of fortune could not leave Krsna for even a moment
- The Pandavas are most fortunate because with all good luck they were entirely dependent on the mercy of the Lord
- The princely friends of Jarasandha instructed him that ordinarily it would not have been possible for him to be defeated by the strength of the Yadu kings; the defeat he had experienced was simply due to his ill luck
- This demon, luckily for us, has come of his own accord to You, his death ordained by You; therefore, exhibiting Your ways, kill him in the duel and establish the worlds in peace
- This rascal civilization, they could not take the Western civilization, and they lost their own civilization. This is India's bad luck