To mistake the hilarious to be malicious is ridiculous

The Bhagavad-gita is spoken before a fratricidal war between the Pandavas and their cousins, the Kauravas. What caused…

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The mind treats us badly, yet we trust it madly
Sep12

The mind treats us badly, yet we trust it madly

Suppose an investment agent misled us into making bad investments. We wouldn’t trust them again. Our mind is like an inner…

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To bear the weight of freedom, we need big shoulders
Sep11

To bear the weight of freedom, we need big shoulders

Suppose someone has to carry a huge weight. If they don’t have shoulders big enough, they would get crushed and injured.…

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Seek freedom from weakness, not freedom in weakness
Sep10

Seek freedom from weakness, not freedom in weakness

Freedom from weakness refers to freedom from the lower urges that weaken our determination to act constructively. Our …

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Liberty from responsibility is not liberty – it is slavery to irresponsibility
Sep09

Liberty from responsibility is not liberty – it is slavery to irresponsibility

We all long for liberty. In today’s uncommitted age, we may conceive of liberty as freedom to do whatever we feel like doing,…

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