All your efforts at the end are nothing, but inviting pains and pleasures in life, whereas to be steadfast in your 'being' no effort is required. The best part is, there is only joy and happiness, not just for one but for hundreds of reasons.
The irony is, even the countries who embraced Buddha were no less a wonder. Buddha didn't believe in the concept of God. He was against every kind of worship... But they also made him a God and worshipped him... Who cares how terribly it hurts Buddha?
When justice is to be served on the judgment day anyway, then by raising arms and killing innocent people today, what is it that these terrorists are trying to justify?
In life, whatever you achieve by putting in efforts will never give you happiness, as the pain starts right from the time of making an effort. On the other hand, the tasks that you enjoy doing, persist for long spells; then whatever you gain out of it, the end result will always be both positive and effective for your life.
All the effective knowledge is very much hidden in the deep recesses of human mind. This is the reason, be it melodies of Mozart or Omar Khayyam's rubaiyat, Krishna's Bhagavad Gita or Einstein's formula which transformed the world E=mc2; all of them have stemmed from within.
Any kind of creation and the ability to create is the proof of closeness to God.
There is no difference in the principles of our life and business. Both flourish by thinking for the betterment of all. Selfish approach brings both to the brink of devastation..
"Act without expectations"...what Krishna said is cent percent true. All he is saying is, whatever you do should generate nothing but happiness. As the action joyously performed is the only act for which the by-product is also joy...and that too instantly, hand-in-hand.
For peace, bliss and prosperity in life, what we need is energy, not knowledge. The biggest source of energy is "concentration" and the biggest enemy, "thinking".
The unsuccessful person falls for the ritualistic hypocrisies of religion. Such hypocrisies give birth to false hopes, and false hopes lead to performing wrong deeds. Wrong karma induces more sorrows; and more the miseries, more the person falls for religious hypocrisies. Such a sorry state of human beings is solely owed to being trapped in this vicious circle.
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