Saturday, 22 November, 2008

Lord Krishna says in The Bhagavad Gita,
( The Sacred Scripture of Hinduism)

" It is indeed impossible for any embodied being to abstain from work altogether. But he who gives up the fruit of action, he is said to be the Relinquisher."
Chapter xviii- Verse 11

The Gita insists not on the renunciation of actions but on performing duties with renunciation of desire for the fruits of such actions.

" An action which is obligatory, which is performed without attachment, without love or hate by one undesirous of fruit, that is said to be of Goodness." Chapter xviii- Verse 23


Irving said...

Salaam Dearest Sister/Daughter :)

The Sufis say that prayers for others, and not for yourself, are not weighted down by self=interest, and so float effortlessly to God. So serve others even in prayer.

Ya Haqq!

Brian said...

Nice posting. Do you know about this edition of the Gita?

Krishna. N. C. said...

Beloved Papa Darvish,
Welcome back sweetheart :)) I am so happy to see you!! Hope all is well with you.
I completely agree with you dearest one, praying for others takes us closer to Him and is the best form of service to His blessed Creation.Alhamdullilah!
Thank you so much for this beautiful Sufi insight :)
Sending you lots of love, a big bear hug and loads of prayers ;))
May He always bless you my loved one :)

Krishna. N. C. said...

Dear Brian,
I warmly welcome you to my blog! Thank you so much for your kind words and gracious presence.
I would surely visit your site dear one.
God bless you always.

Cyrus Rumi said...

Hi Krishna:)

I love this message from Gita.

It is a path that I also try to follow.

Thank you for this posting.

Namaste and love to you sister.


Krishna. N. C. said...

Beloved Cyrus,
Its so enlighteneing eveytime we read any of the Holy Scriptures and it does show us the right path if we believe so and open our hearts :)
I am glad you liked it brother :)
My humblest Salaam and loads of you to you :)
God bless you always dearest one!