Whoever says, "I believe in Krishna," they are saying they have not been able to know Krishna. They are not strong enough to say it that way. They are not strong enough to see their own ignorance and accept it. What is the need of believing in krshna if we know him? Borrowed Knowledge never becomes belief. Knowledge remains knowledge. Ignorance tries to become belief. Belief arises out of ignorance. Because we don't know, we substitute our borrowed knowledge with belief. We hide your ignorance behind the belief. Whenever we believe, it is just to hide our ignorance..Let us try to feel and know krshna. Let us not believe in Krshna; because any relationship of belief is a wrong relationship. Let us know Him. And we can know him only through dissolving our egos, and for that total surrendering is required. The moment our ego disappears, Krshna appears. The absence of our Ego makes way for his presence. We can dissolve our egos only through surrendering and creating enough space in us. Only when we are spacious enough to contain Him, when we are no more there occupying inner space, he comes and occupies.
Let us also remember that we will never meet Krshna in person. We cannot, because the meeting will mean we are also real and Krshna is also real -- then there will be two realities which is against the truth. If we human being are real then krshna cannot be real. If krshna is real then we cannot be real. Then WHO IS krshna? Krishna is not a person. Krshna is the totality, the sum total of the whole existence. Krshna is not somebody: Krshna is 'allness'. You are krshna, we are krshna -- everybody is Krshna, all is Krshna. The Existence is krshna. Life itself is krshna. Krshna is the existence; He is impersonal 'beingness'. He is the truth.