If we don’t give up our attachments voluntarily, we will have to give them up involuntarily
Nov09

If we don’t give up our attachments voluntarily, we will have to give them up involuntarily

At the start of the Bhagavad-gita (01.01), Dhritarashtra asks: What did the two armies assembled for fighting do? Herein,…

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The Gita is not a spatial martial narration, but is a universal spiritual revelation
Dec16

The Gita is not a spatial martial narration, but is a universal spiritual revelation

The Bhagavad-gita begins and ends with references to places. In its first verse, Dhritarashtra asks his assistant Sanjaya…

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Detachment doesn’t make us hardhearted – attachment does
Oct25

Detachment doesn’t make us hardhearted – attachment does

Sometimes people fear, “If I become detached, I will become hardhearted.” However, what makes us hardhearted is not…

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A self-answering question points to factors beyond the self-evident
Sep23

A self-answering question points to factors beyond the self-evident

A question that contains the answer within itself raises questions about the question. For example, suppose someone asks,…

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Will we have to lose everything before we lose our blindness?
Aug15

Will we have to lose everything before we lose our blindness?

Attachment makes us blind – blind to everything other than the object of our attachment. The Bhagavad-gita (01.01…

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