Time makes the imperishable inaccessible
Dec05

Time makes the imperishable inaccessible

Time has awesome power – physically, it can make attractive forms unattractive; psychologically, it can make cherished…

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The divorce of the raja from the rishi perverts the ruler into an exploiter

Monarchy. The idea of one person monopolizing political power alarms us. So, when the Bhagavad-gita (04.02) refers to …

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Cherish the power of love, not the love of power

Power. That’s what motivates most politicians today. Because they usually have worldly values and goals, they imagine…

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The harmony of the sword and the word
Jun27

The harmony of the sword and the word

We often dread communal violence. So, we frequently feartheocracies due to their likely intolerance towards people who…

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Living the Gita is not about turning back the clock, but about turning on the compass

Some people ask, “To practice the Gita, do we need to turn back the clock to the time thousands of years ago when it was spoken?”…

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To comprehend the Gita, focus on its original originality

Many people interested in the Bhagavad-gita often wonder, “It has so many interpretations. How do I understand which…

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