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Does good behavior rise above devotional action?
One who sees and connects to God in nature, in things of the world can seem more godly in behaviour than those who know and worship Krishna in the temple at times. This seems to contradict Bhakti/Bhagavan process being superior. The proof of a process is shown in qualities practitioners develop.
Thank you for response. But what's the rush as you said can some of us just go slow and steady? As whatever good is written in our path will come our way..."good qualities of Krishna gradually develop in Krishna’s devotee."
Please forgive me as I have just joined this forum. I am on the beginnings of my spiritual journey.
One of the things I have picked up along my short journey is to try to concentrate on more central ideas and concepts. One such example is trying to give in charity money to someone who can't feed themselves - this will satisfy them temporarily until the money runs out.
In this temporary world no one can find satisfaction - there's always a need for more.
A devotee waters the roots of a tree rather than leaves.