In Bhagavad-gita (10.8), in commentary Sridhar Maharaj says, The most rare and elevated stage of spontaneous devotion is in the line of spontaneous devotion, known as raga-marg. In that line guided by the qualified guru, an elevated pure devotee may attain service to a leader of one of those groups of Krishna's personal associates who serve the Lord in His pastimes in the relations of friendship, parenthood or consorthood. Sridhar Maharaj mentions specifically these three rasas, but not dasya or shanta. Are we to understand that raga-marg seva can only mean sakhya, vatsalya and madhurya? And how do we understand the words of so-called shanta-rasa of the soil of Vrindavan, sva-pada-ramanam, in this context? — Vaishnavas are kind to all living beings. How to follow it, if you don't see Krishna in everyone's heart yet? — What animals did Gurudev have and what were their relations and relations of Gurudeva's serviors with them? — What does it mean to be real? — Mostly, when you do something, you observe it at the same time. Rarely, you feel that there's only you and no observer, no estimation. — Are these both positions false or one is a true one? — When you were working with Srila Sridhar Maharaja's lectures, classifying them, compiling the books, were you always inspired and fully realizing what great things you are dealing with? What were you moved by?