Divine Perfection

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Who are we to grief for the ones that are no more,
Extrude sorrow for the ones that are still living,
Should we not be the preacher who is never distressed?
For we existed before and do so in the future

Seasons bestow joy and suffering to our senses,
Mortal perishable body as garment to the soul,
Atma chooses neither the death cycle nor its new rebirth;
For I am the destroyer and creator of universe;

Why blame yourself or the unwitting actions of life,
For all deeds abide within me as Param-atma.


Grieving the

Lord said in chapter 3 stanza-11 :
You grieve for those who are not to be grieved for, and you speak of words of wisdom! The learned do not grieve for the departed and those who have not departed.
This is general dilemma that person becoming himself wise advices others not to grieve but when time comes for his test then he himself is found grieving for those to whom not needing of grieving.
Learned the divine persons do not grieve for those who have died and also to those who are alive.
In view of this verse knowers of Brahma, having known all about scholarship, should try to live upon that strength which comes of knowledge; having known all about this strength as well as scholarship, he becomes meditative; having known all about both meditativeness and its opposite, he becomes a knower of Brahman.

NIDHI PARKASH | Fri, 01/29/2010 - 16:49
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I was surprised to see your write chapter 3 verse eleven as reference; it talks about selfless attitude to lift each other for each ones salvation.

I rechecked chapter 3 verse 11 and found it to be true on grief:
Kindly check.
I also believe it is by the will of God by which one can learn about our true existence.
Thanks for the comments and the enlightenment they give a reader on Gita.

Jai K Garg | Sat, 01/30/2010 - 04:16
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Sorry typo correction

line three should read: rechecked chapter 2 verse 11 and found it to be true on grief:

Jai K Garg | Sat, 01/30/2010 - 04:19

Correct you are

Hello Jai Garg,
Yesterday I was searching the person who have been writing on Gita; so I found out your writing Kaya chapter 3 of Gita but during the writing myself shifted to your other writing 'perfect' chaper 2 verse 11 but my chapter 3 remains unchanged to chapter 2 (forgetting myself to change chapter also); so it is happened.

I feel happy with your pointing out this mistake of mine and accepted.

Victory to Mother Kundalini



NIDHI PARKASH | Sat, 01/30/2010 - 13:57