After an opening romantic song sung by Laura Branigan, complete with shots of gliding seagulls, we see Cynthia pulling up in her Volkswagen convertible to a college campus and, in the process, knocking a still-youngish man off his bicycle.Cynthia explains that she is rushing to the first session of her marine biology class.He wrote over forty volumes of translation and commentary on such classics as .
Have they asked to be assigned to a different group in class that doesn’t have members of the opposite sex in it?Do they spend time in the nurse’s office because of frequent headaches or stomachaches?Wearing turtlenecks or long pants during warm weather may serve as a “cover up” for beatings.Stitches, scars, and explanations that don’t match injuries are obvious indicators of physical abuse. In 1965, at the age of 69, on the order of his spiritual master Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura, representing a line of teachers dating back to Lord Krishna Himself, Srila Prabhupada sailed from India to New York to share Lord Krishna’s message.
Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1896-1977), founder-Acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, is the extraordinary person who dedicated his life to teaching the world about Krishna consciousness, ancient India’s most noble message of spiritual wisdom.Isolation from Friends and Activities Do other students complain they no fun to be around anymore?Is all their time spent with their boyfriend/girlfriend? Are they no longer interested in joining after school clubs, contests or activities? Is all their time spent with their significant other or the significant other’s friends?Tonight at 9 o'clock on CBS-TV, ''An Uncommon Love'' tells the story of a young woman who earns her living in a rather dumpy California massage parlor.Cynthia is played by Kathryn Harrold, who may still be reeling from her co-starring stint with Luciano Pavarotti in the colossal dud ''Yes, Georgio.'' That may account for her oddly vacant performance in this latest venture.Ultimately, to achieve our goals, we have to make the right choices. When it comes to parents, teachers, dating, friendships, and faith, we all could use a little guidance.