Free-will: Misuse of Free-will

                                                                  Q. What does separated expansion actually mean, in terms of our relationship with Krishna?

                                                                  'Separated' refers to our existence as eternally separate entities with individual identity, having minute freewill. Further, unlike the integrated expansions, viz. the Vishnu-tattva forms, the tiny living entities are prone to turn toward illusory energy and become separated from Krishna's association, by improper use of their freewill -- the same idea as conveyed by the term 'marginal energy'.

                                                                  Q. What is the source of envy which brought us to this material world in the first place? I asked this question in one of our Sunday program and the speaker told me that there is no answer to this question. This really surprised me because I was thinking that Krishna could still be the source of the envy but yet unaffected by it. Just like 'maya' for which although Krishna is the source He is not affected by it. Please clarify.

                                                                  Q. If Krishna is all powerful and wants us to come back to Him, then why does He not simply do it?

                                                                  Q. What is kama, krodha, lobha, madha? What should one, who is too kami (lustful), do to get rid of all those sins? How can one be purified after of all the sins accrued by just living in this world and family life? In Bhagavad-Gita Krishna says "come to Me and I will release you from all sins." How do we do this? By chanting or is there some other way?

                                                                  Q: If the soul is part and parcel of Krsna (BG 15.7) and given Krsna is in the spiritual world and everyone in the spiritual world is infallible (BG 15.16), how is it that the soul has fallen into the material world in the first place?
                                                                   
                                                                   
                                                                  As Krishna's extended parts and parcels, the jiva has qualities like Krishna. One of those qualities is free will. Krishna has unlimited free will, whereas the jiva has tiny free will.
                                                                   
                                                                  When utilized properly, the jiva's free will is lovingly directed towards Krishna's service and seeking His happiness.
                                                                   

                                                                  Q: If all the living entities in this material world are parts of Krishna and Krishna wants all of us to go back to Goloka dham then why can't he just by using his powers take all the living beings back to god head...why does he wants us to come by ourselves... why can't he just take all of us back to home?

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