Address given at a symposium sponsored by the American Hindu Mission, held at the Sheraton Crossgate, Wilkes-Barre, PA, October 1983.
"In the past, people would turn to religion to find real knowledge and real guidance for their lives. But the developments of modern science have led people to think that religion is outmoded and that religious writings are merely some old scriptures representing the views of people from the medieval period who might have had some interesting insights into life but who really didn't have true knowledge. So what I'd like to do is show that bhakti-yoga, the systematic practice of devotional service to God, is a science and should be considered scientific."
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