When we're reading Bhagavatam we're actually touching Krishna", is very profound. When I used to hear this statement from devotees and Maharaj I used to think how a book can be non-different from Krishna?
If one is favored by the Supreme Personality of Godhead by having his gross body touched by the Lord, his body turns into a spiritual body, and he can go back home, back to Godhead. Gajendra assumed a spiritual body when his body was touched by the Lord. Similarly, Dhruva Maharaja assumed his spiritual body in this way.
We read all mundane newspapers daily -'nityam' and listen to all mundane news because we have 'sraddha' or 'faith' in all that is contained there. That faith which is for all 'asat 'or temporary matter has to be actually placed on' sat 'or eternal matters revealed in Srimad Bhagavatham and then our listening to Krishna katha will be with earnestness and we will take it seriously
Looking at the word "faith" few thoughts came to me. It is a very interesting word which is so frequently used, hence I thought, if we understand it will be very helpful. First, let us see what Prabhupada says in the purport for Bhagavad-Gita verse 2.41:- "Faith means unflinching trust in something sublime."