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How to get insights?

We often want to get fresh insights so that we can be wiser, smarter, happier. If, however, we think of insight primarily...


How to share knowledge effectively

Spoon-feeding someone means giving them so much information so pre-digested that it neither requires nor allows any...


Discreet Indiscretions?

  When we succumb to some wrongdoings, if they are minor, we may downplay them by considering them mere...


Gita daily survey

Dear Readers,   Gita daily has been providing daily reflections on the Bhagavad-gita for nearly a decade. We thank all of...


Why people think that theism is unscientific

Atheism often parasitically draws on the prestige of science to take unsuspecting masses away from theism. How? By...


How to deal with the mind’s craziness

Suppose we have been giving into an unhealthy craving of our mind for a long time. Then,  the mind feels entitled to our...


How to hold others accountable without becoming judgmental

Suppose police remain silent while a rioting mob lynches hapless victims. For such an alarming dereliction of duty,...


How to be moral without becoming judgmental

Morality essentially centers on discerning which activities are acceptable and which aren’t. If we can’t or...


Protecting ourselves by defining and defending boundaries

Suppose a country has a hostile neighbor, who is constantly trying to infiltrate into its territory. If the boundary...


Why the Gita is misunderstood — and how it can be understood

Suppose we want to talk with someone who has closed body language. We hesitate in opening up to them because we...


How to endure phases of tastelessness in bhakti

When we start practicing bhakti yoga, we may expect to relish great joy because we are connecting with the one who is the...


How to deal with fear of the future

Whenever we face situations wherein our future seems dark and dangerous, our mind starts becoming paranoid. The...


Two ways to deal with dissatisfaction

When we see some things we don’t have — a bigger house, a faster car, a newer phone — we often feel dissatisfied. And...