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Bhagavad Geeta: Chapter 3, Verses 14-19

In the previous few verses , Shri Krishna explained that it's not possible to remain actionless even for a moment. Actionlessness is a state of Self-abidance. If a person who is not ready tries to abide in Self, it is not possible for even a moment, he will be restless because of his own nature. If he attempts it because of enthusiasm, he may be controlling his organs of action but his mind and senses are going all over the place. He will be deceiving himself by attempting to abide in the state of Self if he is not equipped for it. The best way is to prepare by learning to control the senses and mind by doing the right actions with the right attitude.  Shri Krishna advises that we should be constantly engaged in our duties. Human Beings are created with five-fold duties. These duties are to be performed with a yajña spirit with an attitude of giving up, offering, and detachment. Here yajña  doesn’t mean elaborate physical rituals but it means doing every activity with the right at

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