What Is The Key Message Of The Bhagavad Gita, As We Perform Our Daily Actions?
The Gita does not encourage inertia, indifference or slothfulness. It recommends Karma as a divine communion (Yoga), as an activity in tune with the Divine Will, and directed to the promotion of one’s spiritual consummation. Karma must be an act of fulfilment, of adoration and of one’s duty to oneself and others. The Gita marks out the steps and the path towards the realisation of this goal. It accepts all attitudes as valuable and sublimates each one into a spiritual effort (sadhana). No one can do better than their best. The body is gifted with all its inherent excellences and defects so that every moment of life can be used for purposes that can sanctify time through service, sacrifice and love. Mundane action (Karma) then becomes Karma-yoga, karma yoked with unselfish ideals.
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