Draupadi did not send a chariot inviting Lord Krishna to come to her rescue; she uttered the Lord’s Name in her deepest agony and Lord Krishna instantly responded, and saved her from imminent dishonour. In the Treta yuga, during the times of the Ramayana, architect Nala and his monkeys were building a bridge over the sea to Lanka; the boulders on which they inscribed the sacred name Rama, floated on the waters. But they found that the boulders floated away due to wind and wave. They did not form a continuous bridge for the army to pass over. Some wise person gave a suggestion to write ‘Ra’ on one boulder and ‘Ma’ on another and they found that the two stuck hard together. This works in this day and age too! Chant the Lord’s name continuously. It will serve as a bridge between you and Him; it will keep you focused on Him and bring on you His boundless Grace!