A weapon in the tent is of no use to a warrior in the fight
Nov28

A weapon in the tent is of no use to a warrior in the fight

When warriors are fighting a war, their most important possession is their weapon. Without it, even if they fight heroically,…

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The inner war may feature coronation or insurrection, but let it not feature execution
Jul03

The inner war may feature coronation or insurrection, but let it not feature execution

In a war for power between a heir apparent and a rebel, if the heir wins, a coronation occurs; if the rebel wins, an insurrection…

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Fight for your faith within more than without
Nov27

Fight for your faith within more than without

Some religious people are over-zealous to fight for their faith – they quickly raise arms whenever they feel that their…

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To remember to remember, refine your reminder
Jan14

To remember to remember, refine your reminder

“Worldly pleasures are insubstantial, whereas devotional joys are substantial.” This scriptural insight is...

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The inner war is the bigger war
Jan16

The inner war is the bigger war

People new to the Bhagavad-gita often ask: “Does it endorse war?” At one level, the Gita does indeed urge a virtuous...

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Are we putting too much faith in doubt?

Atheists sometimes induce doubts in us by presenting anti-scriptural arguments that seem irrefutable. The Bhagavad-gita…

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