Lord Krishna, through his Gita Updesh, has given us magic mantras for a blessed life. One has to simply perform “Karma” or one’s duties without expectations in return. The key to happiness is the reduction of desires. These are the words of wisdom beautifully described in Shrimad Bhagwad Gita.
He is the creator, He is the destroyer, He is the soul of the universe, He is the sole reason of your existence, He is the protector, He is alive in every single molecule of this universe. He is knowledge, He is ignorance, He is sweet and sound, He is ferocious and brutal, He is a parent, He is a sibling, He is the path finder, He is the destination.
The soulful and truthful verses of the Bhagwad Gita explain the simplicity of life through virtues of kindness, humanity and love. Righteously said, it is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than surviving fakely with the perfection of somebody else’s. One should fight for truth and truthful rights because action will yield fruits some day whereas inaction will lead you nowhere and leave you crying on your not-so-lucky fate.
One should perform the duties without ego, without greed, without envy and only then peace of mind and harmony of the soul can be achieved. We live in a world that is already beautiful; but a tad bit more of kindness, humanity and devotion will surely make it a much better place.
Happy Krishna Janmashtami to one and all.
Rise and shine.