Hare Krishna moving and updates

6 years, 7 months ago by Bhakta Reilly in Personal Sadhana Reports

Hare Krishna Hanumat Preshaka Swami Maharaja,

This is Reilly (the boy from the Boise Temple), happy new Roman Calendar year 2013 another year for devotional service..

I just wanted to say thanks to you for all your help and advice :) me and my family have moved into a new house here in Boise for a few months and surprisingly all my siblings and even my Father have taken a liking to Krishna Consciousness and me and my Father + mother built a big beautiful Altar for our Jaganathha and Guara Nitai deity's. You wanted to have some pictures of it so I included them here as well in this Picasa link to the album:

https://picasaweb.google.com/111461816091526999158/ISKCON? authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCKCx5fTj77bmXQ&feat=directlinkWere also moving soon to The East to reside permanently within this next month (if all keeps going well..) my mother and father are thinking of staying in a temple in Dubai, India or somewhere for a bit, then traveling to Spain or Bali for residence. All is going well and I think I'm going to help my brother with Devotional Service as well. As for later in my life, I'm still not sure what career I'd like and be good at; I think I'll just take being a Householder and we'll do our best to serve ISKCON and be committed partners. But that's still years down the road :) I figure that it's always better to still keep going in Devotional life + preaching than not too, despite whatever happens.

Anyhow, I hope things are going well and I'm sorry for any offenses!

Hare Krishna and happy new year, -Bhakta Reilly G.

           ASA -  AGTSP!!!   Thanks for the news!    You have a nice life.  Thanks to Krsna.             Yes, the association with the wife determines a man's career.  B'caris and Sannyasi have no careers.  They live with one foot in this world and one foot in Goloka.        How about 4-principles and 16-rounds?   4AM Mangala arati/Kirtan  -  SB?   Are they a regular habit?   That's the first part of your career.  More things later.