Beg, steal or borrow, bribe or cheat, somehow or other get money and enjoy. Or at least survive. In the crazy rush to get ahead at any cost, do we ever stop to consider that we might – just might – be held responsible for our actions? What if the hellish punishments described in the scriptures are actually true? In ‘The Laws of Nature’, Srila Prabhupada, one of the greatest philosophers of the twentieth century, explains what is sin, and who gets punished for what. The conclusion is unavoidable: most people are headed for a very unpleasant future. It’s no joke. Maybe you should read this book. And find out what to do to clean up your life, before it’s too late.
Bhaktivedanta Book Trust
The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust (BBT) is the world’s largest publisher of classic Vaishnava texts and contemporary works on the philosophy, theology, and culture of bhakti-yoga. Its publications include traditional scriptures translated into 87 languages and books that explain these texts. The BBT also publishes audiobooks and eBooks. BBT titles range in complexity from brief, introductory volumes and summary studies to multivolume translations with commentary.