Gita 01.45 explained

Link to purport by A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada Transcript of Bhakti-Shastri class on this verse by Chaitanya…

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Don’t give in to a death wish — give it the death sentence
Jun23

Don’t give in to a death wish — give it the death sentence

The Bhagavad-gita (01.45) begins with a death wish. Arjuna is faced with the horrendous prospect of a fratricidal war against…

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Being saintly is not a substitute for being sensible
Aug21

Being saintly is not a substitute for being sensible

Some people think that being saintly is impractical in the real world. But the Bhagavad-gita reveals a pragmatic standard…

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Matter has no intent, but intent matters
Jul26

Matter has no intent, but intent matters

Some people misconceive the Gita as a violence-inducing book in which God goads a peace-seeking person to fight. They laud…

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Let the example of power come after, never before, the power of example

“My way or the highway.” This is the conflict resolution mantra of the power-hungry. They sometimes rationalize…

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