The Bhagavad Gita Talks 12

The Bhagavad Gita is the ultimate book of knowledge and is duly recognized as such throughout the world. Its wisdom transcends the limits of time and space. I publish daily one message from the book which can be related to our daily life titled: Thought4TheDay

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Thought4TheDay (29.09.2017)

Lord Krishna explains to Arjuna that He is omnipresent. The entire cosmos is created by Him. In fact, He is the entire cosmos. He is the Nature. He is the light and heat of the sun. He grants liquidity to water, He is the ether; the air; the vegetation; the ocean with all its aquatic life, and everything the we see and perceive. Thus, when we recognise this and respect Nature and the entire cosmos, we are recognising Him, we are respecting Him. He is the beginning, He is the end; He is the cause and He is the result.

If that be so, all we must do to live significantly is to accept life as it is. We must never feel dejected or neglected. Life was never the same for everyone; it is never same now and will never be the same in times to come. It, however, would not mean that we have no contribution to make. It only means that whatever role we are playing, we should do that to the best of our ability, our might. Because, we are a part of Him, belong to Him; we only have to dedicate all our efforts to Him.

Progress is assured according to the efficacy of our performance, but more importantly, we remain at peace with ourselves. Live Stress free Life; Read Gita.

Thought4TheDay (28.09.2017)

Lord Krishna to Arjuna:

“I will explain to you the complete divine wisdom based on Science. Once you acquire this Knowledge, nothing remains worthy to be known anymore.”

“Among thousands of people, only one really tries to realise Me. And among those yogis rarely one, devotes himself whole heartedly to Me, understand Me correctly and in the true sense.”

“Earth, water, fire, air, ether, mind, intelligence and ego – My nature is divided into these eight elements. These elements comprise My basic nature. The other side of My nature is responsible for all living beings. It is the living consciousness.”

We are indeed a minuscule part of Lord, the Almighty. Without undermining our progress, we need to meditate, devote some time to think about significance of life, about our duty which is to serve Lord the Almighty by serving the humanity at large. In this way we can be at peace with ourselves and experience true happiness.

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