Listening for the Music of Lord Krishna’s Flute

by Aranyakananda

A few years ago, mysteriously, out of the blue, this desire to learn how to play – and a sudden love for the sound of – the flute came upon me. I never did act upon it. I read Yogananda, the Gita, etc., and now, all I want to do is listen for the notes played by the Lord and hope that I dance to the music the best way possible.

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