“Easy Journey to Other Planets” by His Divine Grace A.C.
Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
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A living being, especially civilized man, has a natural desire to
live forever in happiness. This is quite natural because, in his
original state, the living being is both eternal and joyful. However, in
the present conditioned state of life, he is engaged in a struggle
against recurring birth and death. Therefore he has attained neither
happiness nor immortality.
The latest desire man has developed is the desire to travel to
other planets. This is also quite natural, because he has the
constitutional right to go to any part of the material or spiritual
skies. Such travel is very tempting and exciting because these skies are
full of unl