Really struggling to fully understand 3.14
I have read Prabhupada's purport, again and again and again............. and i an baffled and confused.
What is Prabhupada trying to say here?
In this verse what does Yajna mean - is it the rituals that priests perform?
surely even if the priests do not perform rituials rains will still come.
The purport is also talking about "prescribed duties" - what has this to do with Yajna Rituals, rain, food...........
will really appreciate someone explaining this to me in a Simple english, particularly expanding on "Yajna"
ant refereance/examples to MODERN day living/science will be appreciated.
To fully understand Gita, what is the other suggested reading. I do listen to the youtube videos of Chaitanya CharanDas - really good, but often so long winded, wish there was something explained simply, short sharp to the point. often i dont have the time and patience to listen to his 90 minute lecture to explain just one verse!