Loving Search for the Lost Servant

Loving Search for the Lost Servant

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by Swami B.R. Sridhar

Loving Search for the Lost Servant
The Loving Search for the Lost Servant has been compiled from talks given by His Divine Grace Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami Maharaj at Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math on the banks of the sacred Ganges in Nabadwip Dham, India. The date of its manifestation is the 14th of March, 1987, the divine appearance day of Sri Chaitanya Maharaj. The text presented for online reading is as it is, without amendments or edits.
"The Lord's Loving Search for His Lost Servants: Great intensity is expressed here in a simple way. It is a mad search—an urgent campaign. With great earnestness Krsna comes to deliver His lost servants, to take us home. Once, as Krishna and the cows were returning from the Vrndavana forest at the end of the day, a boy had just attained spiritual emancipation and entered Vrndavana as a cowherd boy. Seeing His long lost servant, Krishna embraced him and both of them fainted in ecstasy. 'Why did you stay away? Why have you been living away from home for so long? How was it possible for you? How could you bear My separation? You left Me, and you have been passing lives after lives without Me? Still, I know what trouble you took to return to Me. You searched for Me everywhere, and went to beg from house to house, and you were chastised by many, ridiculed by many, and you shed tears for Me. I know all these things. I was with you. And now, after great trouble, you have again come back to Me.'"
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by Swami B.R. Sridhar

Loving Search for the Lost Servant
The Loving Search for the Lost Servant has been compiled from talks given by His Divine Grace Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Dev-Goswami Maharaj at Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math on the banks of the sacred Ganges in Nabadwip Dham, India. The date of its manifestation is the 14th of March, 1987, the divine appearance day of Sri Chaitanya Maharaj. The text presented for online reading is as it is, without amendments or edits.
"The Lord's Loving Search for His Lost Servants: Great intensity is expressed here in a simple way. It is a mad search—an urgent campaign. With great earnestness Krsna comes to deliver His lost servants, to take us home. Once, as Krishna and the cows were returning from the Vrndavana forest at the end of the day, a boy had just attained spiritual emancipation and entered Vrndavana as a cowherd boy. Seeing His long lost servant, Krishna embraced him and both of them fainted in ecstasy. 'Why did you stay away? Why have you been living away from home for so long? How was it possible for you? How could you bear My separation? You left Me, and you have been passing lives after lives without Me? Still, I know what trouble you took to return to Me. You searched for Me everywhere, and went to beg from house to house, and you were chastised by many, ridiculed by many, and you shed tears for Me. I know all these things. I was with you. And now, after great trouble, you have again come back to Me.'"