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action ANNIE BESANT beginning Bhagavad Gità Bhishma blow body born BORRower EVOLUTION Brahman Brähmana Buddhi child comes commit conscience consciousness developed Dhar Dharma is service differences disregarded distinction divine duty early stages ence eternal evil evolve experience father feel further growth germ gives grasp gratification of desire grow gunas happiness harmony heart higher Hinduism ideal image of Ishvara India inner nature intelligence Kāma Karma killing Kshattriya Kurukshetra law of growth lesson liberation Mahābhārata manifestation Māyā means mighty myriad nation not-I obedience object pain path perfection pleasure Prakriti qualities reached realise recognised religion RETURN TO DESK revelation rience right and wrong Rishis rung says schools of morality seed self-sacrifice selfish separated shloka Shri Krishna Shūdra soul speak stage of evolution stand suffering supreme Teacher teaching thing thought of Beauty tion understand unfolding unity universe unmanifest Vaishya vibrations vidual words
Page 27 - All this world, deluded by these natures made by the three qualities, knoweth not Me, above these, imperishable. This divine illusion of Mine, caused by the qualities, is hard to pierce; they who come to Me, they cross over this illusion.
Page 4 - Keshava, is said to be acquainted with his duty who slays in battle his very preceptors, if they happen to be sinful and covetous and disregardful of restraints and vows . . . Ask me, O child, without any anxiety.
Page 7 - Better death in the discharge of one's own Dharma; the Dharma of another is full of danger...
Page 77 - Listen thou again to My supreme word, most secret of all; beloved art thou of Me, and steadfast of heart, therefore will I speak for thy benefit. Merge thy mind in Me, be My devotee, sacrifice to Me, prostrate thyself before Me, thou shalt come even to Me. I pledge thee My troth; thou art dear to Me. Abandoning all duties, come unto Me alone for shelter; sorrow not, I will liberate thee from all sins.
Page 7 - Better is one's own Dharma, though destitute of merits, than the well-executed Dharma of another. He who doeth the Karma laid down by his own nature incurreth not sin.
Page 24 - And whatsoever is the seed of all beings, that am I, O Arjuna; nor is there aught, moving or unmoving, that may exist bereft of Me.
Page 61 - It is growing from the mineral to the vegetable, from the vegetable to the animal, from the animal to the animal-man, and from the animal-man to the divine man.
Page 24 - I am the gambling of the cheat, and the splendour of splendid things I; I am victory, I am determination, and the truth of the truthful I.
Page 4 - Let the son of Pandu, in whom are intelligence, self-restraint, Brahmacharya, forgiveness, righteousness, mental vigour and energy, put questions to me. Let the son of Pandu, who always by his good offices honours his relatives and guests and servants and others that are dependent on him, put questions to me.