Maa Phaleshu Kadachana;
Bhagavad Gita, Chapter II, Verse 47.
Your right is to work only,
But never to its fruits;
Let not the fruits of action be thy motive,
Nor let thy attachment be to inaction.
Our work has 4 compartments-YATNA(MUYARCHI,EFFORT) ,PRAYATNA,( APPLICATION OF MIND) TIME( APPROPRIATE TIME FOR FRUITION ) AND GOD OR ADRISHTA.( THE UNKNOWN FACTOR ). (Dinamalar Sunday issue dt 25/10/2009)
My view as I made loud thinking
Bhagawat Gita is an Upanishad, said to have been delivered by Lord to human, Paramatma to Jeevatma; it preaches KARMA YOGA FOR GRAHASTANS; it advises to surrender to HIM and to Samarpanam all the deeds of actions’ and yagnas performed in life to HIM; it’s a kind of partnership, where all the profit and the loss in life business given to him with a little PUSPAM and TULASI and WATER, as a gift; so that the karma yoga is performed without any attachment and EGO; HOW CAN YOU CLAIM RESULTS FOR THAT WHICH IS NOT YOURS?; when performance is done to gift HIM, as a partner viz working partner, HE alone as boss can decide what should be given to you; SO YOU DON’T WORK WITH EXPECTATIONS; and the samarpanam you do relieves from your responsibility and you do as a laborer works hard to make his boss rich and the boss decides the coolly; you are happy to do so which relinquishes the worldly love while doing the karma on earth in a better than SANYASI LIFE; MOKSHA IS HERE AND THAT LEADS TO his grace ;”MAM EKAN SARANAM VRAJA”; gnanam is reached. This also explains the KARMA THEORY viz RESULTS ARE AS PER PRE-JANMA KARMA BLANCE SHEET EXCEPT THE KARMA GIFTED TO HIM; hence what results shall be given to you is decided by THAT BALANCE SHEET which we don’t know and what we don’t know cannot be the expected fruition since at times you want less than you are entitled to!! Because you had gifted the karmas you get SAT-CHIT ANANDAM BY GNANA which fruition is the greatest. That is why PAPIS YOU SEE THRIVE AND GOOD SUFFER.
My comments- Keyartax 25th Sunday Oct 2009
ASATHO MA SAT GAMAYA
THAMASO MA JYOTHIRGA MAYA
MRTYHO MO AMIRTHAGA MAYA
OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI
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