10 Life Lessons from Bhagavad Gita (A 701-Verse Hindu Scripture)

#10

Shri Krishna “Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be.” 

#9

Attachment leads to desire.

Fulfillment of desire leads to greed.

Unfulfillment of desire leads to anger.

#8

That person who is not affected by happiness and distress, and remains steady in both, becomes eligible for Liberation

#7

You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.

#6

Perform your duty, abandoning attachment to success and failure. Such equanimity is called Yog

#5

The contact between the senses and the sense objects gives rise to the fleeting perception of happiness and distress.

#4

One who remains unattached under all conditions, and is neither delighted by good fortune nor dejected by tribulation, he is a sage with perfect knowledge.

#3

Anger leads to the clouding of judgment, which results in the bewildering of the memory.

#2

When the memory is bewildered, the intellect gets destroyed; and when the intellect is destroyed, one is ruined.

#1

That person, who gives up all material desires and lives free from a sense of greed, proprietorship, and egoism, attains perfect peace.


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