Final Message of Lord Krishna
The concluding chapter of the Gita begins by Arjuna most important concepts in Vedanta – Renunciation and resignation. Krishna Says renunciation is giving up desire-driven action while resignation is giving up fruit of action.
Contrary to popular perception neither renunciation nor resignation implies giving up action. Action continues, giving up the two things that come in the way of excellence in action-desire from the past and anxiety for the fruit which belongs to the future.
While executing action, 100% of the mind must be focused on the action. If at the time of action mind meanders into the dead past or un-born future it is not concentrating on the present action. Action becomes faulty, leading to failure.
Gita asks you to remove the unpleasant aspects of life and enjoy the world. Its now upto us to decide which way to go – remain imprisoned in the world or take off into the realm of the spirit.
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