A sincere soul will never lose Krishna

Sree Sree Guru Gaurangau Jayatah!

We have all been doing and did many things, both good and bad. All these past impressions are there. We have to become competent to obtain the association of the Lord. We should not blame Bhagavan. We wanted to enjoy this world and God has created these infinite planets and the different species of life to satisfy those who did not wish to serve Him. We are entangled here and are eating the fruits of our own actions. When the time comes that we become competent, all those with this connection will go to Vaikuntha and Vrindavana Dhama. If you are fit, God will be within you, He will stay with you. If you are sincere, you will never lose Him. It is said in the Gita:

tasyaham na pranasyami
sa ca me na pranasyati
(Bhagavad-gita, 6.30)

“A sincere soul will never lose Me.”
If you are sincere, you will not be deceived. If you deceive others, you will be deceived. So, He has created this universe, because He has some affection for His sons and daughters. “You do not want to serve Me, you want to enjoy.” He creates this world and all the birds, beasts, etc., so we can enjoy. Now, in the human birth, He has given us the power of discrimination, whereby we can think whether we want enjoyment or we want to worship. In this human birth we have the discrimination to give up the bad and accept the good. We can give up momentary things and accept eternal things. Only in this human birth do we have the ability to worship.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu has asked us all to preach the doctrine of divine love by means of the practice of chanting of the Holy Name throughout the world, not only in India. This practice is for all. We have to push this message everywhere. There may be some worthy persons in other corners of the world. Why should they be deprived? They should be taught that there is only one way to get emancipation—Harinama. This is your real duty. Some may not accept, but some will. So why should you deprive them? Harinama is for all. So we should do it!

— Srila Bhakti Ballabh Tirtha Goswami Maharaj

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