The Purpose of Life

The Purpose of Life

The Purpose Of life – Although not many of us question our existence and the purpose of our life, we ultimately reach a point where consciously or unconsciously we have to decide what we plan to do with it. As humans, we have been given only a limited time on this planet and almost all of us have the desire to do something meaningful out of it. For each individual, this ‘meaning’ might vary but everyone will have something that is their calling. Be it achieving monetary success, fame, family, spirituality etc. The importance of a purpose is therefore very high because we are not machines who just follow a certain code but are sentient beings with the ability to think about our actions unlike the animals which follow the instincts of the senses.

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The Change of Heart

The Change of Heart

The Change Of Heart – When we look around our present society, we find there is a constant rise in violence, rape, murder, suicide, unemployment, drug addiction, divorce, corruption, mental stress and so on. The reason is very simple. The heart of the people is contaminated with lust, anger, greed, illusion, madness and envy. In order to have a pure atmosphere around us, we need a revolution to change our heart. The whole process of spiritual culture is aimed at changing the heart of the living being in the matter of his eternal relation with the Supreme Lord as subordinate servant, which is his constitutional position. The change of heart takes place when we associate with saintly persons, hear from them and live by the teachings of Bhagavad Gita imparted by them. 

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Five Basic Truths of Bhagavad Gita

Who is God

Five Basic Truths of Bhagavad Gita – Bhagavad Gita, also called as Gitopanishad, is the crest jewel of all Vedic compositions. It is unique in the sense that no other Vedic or Western spiritual literature has God Himself speaking. He is actually a dialogue between Lord Krishna and Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. It impels one to undertake a serious search for the Absolute truth. It is incorrect to label Bhagavad Gita as a Hindu religious book,. In fact the word ‘Hindu’ appears nowhere in the Vedas.

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