The greatest fear is the fear of losing the key to freedom
Dec18

The greatest fear is the fear of losing the key to freedom

Material existence is like a prison, for it subjects us to multiple miseries, especially the ultimate agony of death....

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Surgery seems like violence, but is benevolence
Dec16

Surgery seems like violence, but is benevolence

Some people claim, “The Bhagavad-gita teaches that killing is ok because the body is anyway going to die. Such a...

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The Gita calls for not emotionless living, but purposeful living
Dec15

The Gita calls for not emotionless living, but purposeful living

In cricket, fielders sometimes use sledging to unsettle a batsman. If the batsman lets their nasty words agitate him, he…

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Emotional restraint paves the way to emotional enrichment
Dec14

Emotional restraint paves the way to emotional enrichment

Some people ask, “The Bhagavad-gita wants us to stay unaffected amidst pleasure-pain, success-failure, honor-dishonor.…

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Krishna’s instruction is not disruptive, but restorative
Dec13

Krishna’s instruction is not disruptive, but restorative

At the start of the Bhagavad-gita, Arjuna is agonized at the thought of fighting in a fratricidal war that will kill most...

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