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In the Bhagavad-gītā (9.26) the Lord directly states that He accepts vegetarian food from the hands of a pure devotee. Therefore a human being should not only become a strict vegetarian but should also become a devotee of the Lord, offer the Lord all his food and then partake of such prasādam, or th
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  • In the Bhagavad-gītā (9.26) the Lord directly states that He accepts vegetarian food from the hands of a pure devotee. Therefore a human being should not only become a strict vegetarian but should also become a devotee of the Lord, offer the Lord all his food and then partake of such prasādam, or the mercy of God
  • Thus we should be satisfied with those things He has kindly set aside for us, and we should always consider to whom those things we possess actually belong.
  • apauruṣeya, which indicates that they are not delivered by any mundane person
  • mundane world has four defects: (1) he is certain to commit mistakes; (2) he is subject to illusion; (3) he has a propensity to cheat others; and (4) his senses are imperfect
  • pūrṇam, all-perfect, there is no possibility of His being subjected to the laws of material nature

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