of Bhagavad Gita
Chapter II Shloka 14
Meaning of Bhagavad
Gita chapter II shloka 14:
All the sufferings and the pleasures of the ephemeral world... the
physical manifest world being temporal... form part of karma. Our
soul atman needs cleansing... removing the dross impurities within...
the prime reason why it needs manifesting a chain of 8.4 million
bodies. Sufferings are equally important as pleasures in life. In
absence of one the other could not sustain!
an iron rod... the blacksmith initially heats the rod... then beats
it... and when shaped... dips it into a bucket of cold water. For
the period heating and beating occurs... one undergoes sufferings
in life... for the period the shaped rod remains in water... it
is time for experiencing pleasures... happiness!
It is by sufferings
and happiness... life moves ahead in the cosmic system! Bhagavad
Gita advises not to attach self to things impermanent. The physical
manifest self is a temporal phase in the life cycle of soul atman...
the spirit within! Only when human beings subdue the five senses
and mind... one gains enlightenment (kaivalya jnana) and finally
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