night of nights
it is

impersonal
to tell
i

mean to say it is
so

hard hard cold
it

is hard
to

tell hard

to

tell
don't

ask
me how
you
know

who

came to be

dangerously

left

out cold in
the first

place

but i
can

tell you this

much
it
is
murder to hold
on

to

the
very idea present and clear
as
mud at
the

dirty

end
of the stick

until

the cows
come
home so to speak yes it

is

impersonal
to

be considered

as

or
to get

the
idea yes the very idea
hell
the
very idea

of

being considered
as
i

am

not

going
to tell

you

again i say

to

you
don't

ask in vain

there

don't consider
me

there

as

such

a
thing

is
nothing original
yes
there
is

nothing

about

being impersonal in the first
person singular
either

way
either way it
is
not
original

all
and

all
yes one
and
i
prefer
to

be
original
even
in the face
of
clear

and

present

danger
it is

hard
it

is hard to

tell

how one can
be

ought but original you know in the
first

place

Krsna
is
the

Original Supreme Personality

of

Godhead so
take

your
cue

and or
cues from that

well

established reality dear yes you
can

lead
a

horse

to cool

ear water but you can't make one

drink

to me
like
a

man

who
should know

better
than to

take the

poison

the very
idea

the

very
idea

what a nightmare i tell
you

the very
idea
is

poison

and
poisoning come on

let's
go and chant a few

more

rounds
dear and

sing
some

nice
bhajans like

vibhāvarī śeṣa, āloka-praveśa,
nidrā chāri' uṭho jīva
bolo hari hari, mukunda murāri,
rāma kṛṣṇa hayagrīva

The night has come to
nd the light of dawn is entering.
O jiva soul, arise and give up your
sleep.
Chant the holy names of Lord
Hari,
the giver of liberation; the enemy
of
a demon; the supreme enjoyer;
the
all-attractive one;
and the horse-headed incarnation,
Hayagriva.

sna] incarnated as the half-man,
half-lion,
Nrsimha.
ed as a dwarf-brahmana named
Upendra
s the killer of the Madhu demon.
He is the beloved son
of
the King of Vraja, Nanda
Maharaja,
and is
blackish in
complexion.
He is the slayer of the Putana
witch
and the destroyer of the demon
Kaitabha.
All glories
to
Lord Hari, who appeared as Lord
Rama, the son of
King Dasaratha.



He is the darling of mother

Yasoda;

the giver of pleasure to the cows,

land,

and spiritual senses;

and

the protector

of

the cows.

He is

the

Lord of the Vrndavana forest;

the gopis' beloved;

the lover of Radhika;

and the most

beautiful

personality

in

all the worlds.



As Ramacandra

t about the end of the demoniac

King Ravana;

as

Krsna He stole

the older

gopis' butter;

He

stole the

younger gopis' clothes while they

were

bathing

in the Yamuna.

He

is a cowherd boy of

Vraja

and the

protector

of the cowherd

boys.

He steals the hearts of

all

and always

holds

a flute.



Lord Krsna is worshiped by the

best of yogis

and is the son of Nanda.

He removes all the fears

of the inhabitants of Vraja.

He is the color

of a fresh rain

cloud,

and His

form is enchanting. When He

wanders about,

playing

His flute,

He looks very charming.



He is the son of Yasoda and

the killer of King

Kamsa,

and He sports in the rasa

dance among

the groves of

Vraja.

Krsna engages in this rasa

dance

underneath

the

kadamba trees,

and

ides in the forest of Vrndavana.



s the ecstasy of His devotees.

all love and is the transcendental

Cupid who

flowered arrows to increase the

loving

desires of the gopis. He is the

pleasure

of the

gopis'

hearts and the abode of

all wonderful

qualities.



Lord Krsna is the life of the River

Yamuna.

He is always absorbed in amorous

pastimes,

and He is the moon

of the gopis'

minds,

which are like the cakora

birds

that subsist only

upon moonlight.

O mind, obey

these

words of mine and sing

the glories

of Sri Krsna

in

the form of these holy names,

ch are full of nectarean mellows.
Clear And Present
night of nights
it is

impersonal
to tell
i

mean to say it is
so

hard hard cold
it

is hard
to

tell hard

to

tell
don't

ask
me how
you
know

who

came to be

dangerously

left

out cold in
the first

place

but i
can

tell you this

much
it
is
murder to hold
on

to

the
very idea present and clear
as
mud at
the

dirty

end
of the stick

until

the cows
come
home so to speak yes it

is

impersonal
to

be considered

as

or
to get

the
idea yes the very idea
hell
the
very idea

of

being considered
as
i

am

not

going
to tell

you

again i say

to

you
don't

ask in vain

there

don't consider
me

there

as

such

a
thing

is
nothing original
yes
there
is

nothing

about

being impersonal in the first
person singular
either

way
either way it
is
not
original

all
and

all
yes one
and
i
prefer
to

be
original
even
in the face
of
clear

and

present

danger
it is

hard
it

is hard to

tell

how one can
be

ought but original you know in the
first

place

Krsna
is
the

Original Supreme Personality

of

Godhead so
take

your
cue

and or
cues from that

well

established reality dear yes you
can

lead
a

horse

to cool

clear water but you can't make one

drink

to me
like
a

man

who
should know

better
than to

take the

poison

the very
idea

the

very
idea

what a nightmare i tell
you

the very
idea
is

poison

and
poisoning come on

let's
go and chant a few

more

rounds
dear and

sing
some

nice
bhajans like

vibhāvarī śeṣa, āloka-praveśa,
nidrā chāri' uṭho jīva
bolo hari hari, mukunda murāri,
rāma kṛṣṇa hayagrīva

The night has come to
an end and the light of dawn is entering.
O jiva soul, arise and give up your
sleep.
Chant the holy names of Lord
Hari,
who is the giver of liberation; the enemy
of
the Mura demon; the supreme enjoyer;
the
all-attractive one;
and the horse-headed incarnation,
Hayagriva.

Lord Hari [Krsna] incarnated as the half-man,
half-lion,
Nrsimha.
He appeared as a dwarf-brahmana named
Upendra
and is the killer of the Madhu demon.
He is the beloved son
of
the King of Vraja, Nanda
Maharaja,
and is
blackish in
complexion.
He is the slayer of the Putana
witch
and the destroyer of the demon
Kaitabha.
All glories
to
Lord Hari, who appeared as Lord
Rama, the son of
King Dasaratha.



He is the darling of mother

Yasoda;

the giver of pleasure to the cows,

land,

and spiritual senses;

and

the protector

of

the cows.

He is

the

Lord of the Vrndavana forest;

the gopis' beloved;

the lover of Radhika;

and the most

beautiful

personality

in

all the worlds.



As Ramacandra

He brought about the end of the demoniac

King Ravana;

as

Krsna He stole

the older

gopis' butter;

He

stole the

younger gopis' clothes while they

were

bathing

in the Yamuna.

He

is a cowherd boy of

Vraja

and the

protector

of the cowherd

boys.

He steals the hearts of

all

and always

holds

a flute.



Lord Krsna is worshiped by the

best of yogis

and is the son of Nanda.

He removes all the fears

of the inhabitants of Vraja.

He is the color

of a fresh rain

cloud,

and His

form is enchanting. When He

wanders about,

playing

His flute,

He looks very charming.



He is the son of Yasoda and

the killer of King

Kamsa,

and He sports in the rasa

dance among

the groves of

Vraja.

Krsna engages in this rasa

dance

underneath

the

kadamba trees,

and

He resides in the forest of Vrndavana.



He increases the ecstasy of His devotees.

He is the reservoir of all love and is the
transcendental

Cupid who

uses His flowered arrows to increase the

loving

desires of the gopis. He is the

pleasure

of the

gopis'

hearts and the abode of

all wonderful

qualities.



Lord Krsna is the life of the River

Yamuna.

He is always absorbed in amorous

pastimes,

and He is the moon

of the gopis'

minds,

which are like the cakora

birds

that subsist only

upon moonlight.

O mind, obey

these

words of mine and sing

the glories

of Sri Krsna

in

the form of these holy names,

which are full of nectarean mellows.
.

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