Essence of Bhagavad Gita
Essence of Bhagavad Gita
Below is the Meaning of GOD (hope you love it)
There is nothing else higher than GOD;
All this universe is woven upon GOD, like numbers of pearls upon a thread.
God is the taste in water,
God is the light of the sun and moon,
God is the manliness in human beings;
God is the fragrant smell in the earth,
God is the light/heat in the fire;
God is life in all beings, and
Penance in those who perform penance.
God is not in us, but we are in him
Whatever happened, it happened for good.
What is happening is also happening for good.
Whatever will happen, that too will be for good!!!
Why do you cry?
What have you lost?
What did you bring with you that you have lost?
You did not bring anything when you were born.
What did you create/produce that has been destroyed/perished?
Whatever you have, you have received from Him (God)
Whatever you will give, you will give to Him.
You came empty handed and you will go the same way.
What is yours today, was someone else's yesterday and
will be someone else's tomorrow
The change is the way/law of the universe.
May God Bless Us All.
One should always speak the truth. Truth is to present facts the way they are.
To say something, just to make someone happy, or for any future personal gains is not truth.
Lot of times truth hurts. It should still be presented.
When a person dwells longingly on sense objects, an inclination towards them is generated. This inclination develops into desire and desire gives rise to anger.
From anger proceeds delusion; from delusion, confused memory; from confused memory the ruin of reason; due to ruin of reason, he finally perishes.
Let a man raise himself by his own efforts. Let him not degrade himself. Because a person's best friend or his worst enemy is, none other than his own self.
For a person who has conquered his lower self by the divine self, his own self acts as his best friend. But for that person who has not conquered his lower self, his own self acts as his worst enemy.
A person has the right towards action alone and not towards the fruit of action. Let not the fruit of action be the motive for acting. Also, Let there not be any attachment to inaction.
(Therefore) You must always fulfill all your obligatory duties without attachment. By performing actions without attachment, one attains the Highest.
Desire and anger which are born out of passion are insatiable and prompt man to great sin and should be recognized as enemies.
By whatever cause the mind, which is restless and fidgeting, wanders away, the yogi should bring it back from that and concentrate only on the Self.
He who offers all actions to God, without attachment, remains untouched by sin, just as a lotus leaf by water.
Hardly one among thousands of men strives to realize God; Of those who strive, again, only a very rare one (devoting himself exclusively to God) knows God in reality.
Even If the radiance of a thousand Suns, bursts forth all at once in the heavens, it would still hardly approach the splendor of the mighty Lord.
He, by whom the world is not agitated and whom the world cannot agitate, he who remains calm in times of joy, anger, fear and anxiety, is dear to the Almighty.
Death is certain of that which is born. Birth is certain of that which is dead. Therefore, you should not lament over the inevitable.
Even a confirmed sinner, if he worships the Lord with unwavering faith and devotion, must be considered righteous, because, he has decided to reform himself.
Abandoning all paths, come to God as the only refuge. Grieve not, for God will liberate you from all sins.
Do not worry about the past or the future - live in the present.
Whatever materialistic pleasures you have, will cause you sufferings.
This is mine, that is yours - remove such feelings and you will be liked by everyone.
Change is a rule of the world. In a second you become a rich and in a second you become poor.
You should dedicate yourself to the God. He will free you of your fear, anger & sorrow.
Whatever you do; dedicate it to God. By doing so you will get the pleasure of becoming free from all evil.
May God Bless us All