For Gaudiya Vaisnavas, "back to home" means specifically Vrindavan or Navadwip Dhama (not Vaikuntha, Dwarka, Ayodya, or even Mathura). Prema-sankirtan, which descends from Goloka Vrindavan, is both the means and the goal of entrance into Vraja. Prema-sankirtan is the continuous chanting of the Holy Names of Sri Sri Radha and Krishna:
As the sun rises over the reddish horizon and dissipates the morning fog, the beauty of the fields, forests, and pasturing grounds become illuminated, serving as a backdrop for Sri Sri Radha Gopinath's various pastime places at Govardhan Hill in New Vrindaban.
Tundavik, the resident peacock of Radha-kunda who is devoted to delivering fresh feathers for Gopinath's turban, patiently oversaw Lalita's planting of flowers (photo caption 2). As soon as Lalita completed this service, Tundavik rushed on site (see action photo).
Becoming overwhelmed by fears and insecurities and paralyzed by our own pain may be a sign that proper vaisnava relations are deficient. Pain however, can be an effective guide. It can teach us where to turn or where to reach, where to touch and be touched.
Sri Krishna is the Source, Object and Abode of rasa. It is inherent within Him, He knows and feels it yet He cannot relish it, for the flavor He (and everyone) aspires to taste can only be experienced in the exchange, the sharing, and the reciprocation of love.