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'''Utsaha''' means eagerness for devotional practice. By indifference, devotion is lost. Practice with adoration is utsaha.
 
'''Utsaha''' means eagerness for devotional practice. By indifference, devotion is lost. Practice with adoration is utsaha.
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Those who have enthusiasm for service, within and without, will gradually attain devotion to Krishna even though it is most difficult to attain.
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Remaining indifferent to all the practices, principles, and topics of interest that exist related to the pursuits of jnan, karma, and anyabhilas, and engaging exclusively in the practice of devotion is utsaha.
 
{{конец цитаты|books [http://saraswati.pro/en/books/sri_upadesamrta/ Sri Upadesamrta] / [http://saraswati.pro/en/books/sri_upadesamrta/verse_three/ Verse Three]}}
 
{{конец цитаты|books [http://saraswati.pro/en/books/sri_upadesamrta/ Sri Upadesamrta] / [http://saraswati.pro/en/books/sri_upadesamrta/verse_three/ Verse Three]}}
  

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Utsaha means eagerness for devotional practice. By indifference, devotion is lost. Practice with adoration is utsaha.

Those who have enthusiasm for service, within and without, will gradually attain devotion to Krishna even though it is most difficult to attain.

Remaining indifferent to all the practices, principles, and topics of interest that exist related to the pursuits of jnan, karma, and anyabhilas, and engaging exclusively in the practice of devotion is utsaha.

— books Sri Upadesamrta / Verse Three