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Srimad Bhagavad Gita by p_gopi_krishna


Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:08 am (PDT) . Posted by:


Work well, have good dealings, do service and use the body in the best possible way. Forget the error which you have committed till today.. Behave with others in a respectful, beneficent, useful and loving manner. Serve others by being dutiful. Give comforts to others. Then you will be engrossed in the welfare of all. (Swami Ramsukhdas)

अच्छी तरह से कार्य करो| अच्छे सम्बन्ध रखो, सेवा करो और अपने शरीर का सर्वोत्कृष्ट तरीके से उपयोग करो| आज तक आपसे जो गलतियाँ हुई है उन्हें भूल जाओ| दूसरों के साथ आदर लाभप्रद, उपयोगी और प्रेमपूर्वक व्यवहार करो| अपना कर्तव्य समझकर दूसरों की सेवा करो| दूसरों को सुखसुविधा दो| तभी तुम दूसरों के कल्याण में लग सकोगे|

Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:13 am (PDT) . Posted by:


Turn to God not to get something, but to be with Someone

When we face problems beyond our power to solve, we often seek God's help. The Bhagavad-gita (07.16) indicates that most people approach Krishna to get something, be it money or relief from distress. The distressed and the wealth-seekers are two of the four kinds of prospective devotees, the other two being the curious and the knowledgeable.

Among them, the Gita (07.17) states the best are the knowledgeable, specifically those whose knowledge inspires them towards one-pointed devotion. Why are they the best? Because they approach Krishna not for what he provides but for who he is. Gita wisdom explains that he is the topmost reality, the all-attractive all-loving supreme person. The ultimate fulfillment is found in lovingly connecting with him and living in his sweet presence. Because the devotion of the knowledgeable doesn't depend on getting something, it stays sublimely steady.

In contrast, when we approach Krishna to get something, if we get it, we thank him and move on with our life, turning to him again only in future times of need. And if we don't get that thing, we give up our devotional practice, considering it unfruitful.

Why may we not get what we seek? Does Krishna not care for our needs? Of course, he does; he is our greatest well-wisher (05.29). But he provides as per his plan, which often varies from ours. Our plan often centers on our material gratification, whereas his plan centers on our spiritual evolution. That's why if we turn to him simply for getting something, we may end up disappointed.

Still, if we study the Gita, we can understand that Krishna's presence is far more enriching than his presents. Thereafter, whether we get worldly things or not, we wholeheartedly connect with Krishna, just to bask in his soothing, strengthening, sanctifying presence.

Think it over:

Can you list the four kinds of prospective devotees?

Why may we be disappointed if we turn to Krishna for getting something?

What understanding can inspire us to connect with Krishna wholeheartedly?

Read more https://www.gitadaily.com/turn-to-god-not-to-get-something-but-to-be-with-someone/ https://www.gitadaily.com/turn-to-god-not-to-get-something-but-to-be-with-someone/

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