KAMSA-The Unconquerable Demon

Srimad Bhagavatam 10.05.27-28 - KAMSA-The Unconquerable Demon (download mp3) , (download flv) and (download mp4)
by Sri Caitanya Prabhu at ISKCON Chowpatty

SB 10.5.27
bhratar mama sutah kaccin
matra saha bhavad-vraje
tatam bhavantam manvano
bhavadbhyam upalalitah

My son Baladeva, being raised by you and your wife, Yasodadevi, considers you His father and mother. Is he living very peacefully in your home with His real mother, Rohini?

SB 10.5.28
pumsas tri-vargo vihitah
suhrdo hy anubhavitah
na tesu klisyamanesu
tri-vargo 'rthaya kalpate

When one's friends and relatives are properly situated, one's religion, economic development and sense gratification, as described in the Vedic literatures, are beneficial. Otherwise, if one's friends and relatives are in distress, these three cannot offer any happiness.

Vasudeva regretfully informed Nanda Maharaja that although he had his wife and children, he could not properly discharge his duty of maintaining them and was therefore unhappy.