Bhagavad Gita: The Manual of Life Episode 64- Adhyay 3, Shlokas 33-35
In this episode, Amog Lilla Dasji discusses on how one's inherent nature takes care of one's external behaviour.
In Shloka 33, Lord Krishna states that even a person of spiritual wisdom acts according to his or her's nature that is innate; it is acquired from activities performed in past lives which ripen in this life as impressions of positive or negative acts.
In Shloka 34, Lord Krishna says that one's senses are motivated by the force of attraction and aversion. One should not let these control them because they are obstacles in one's path.
In Shloka 35, Lord Krishna emphasises that one should perform one's duties, even though one may not be perfect at it, rather than trying to do someone else's job with perfection.
गहरे सागर मे गोता लगाने के लिए पिक्चर पर क्लिक करें
Special thanks to ISKCON Temple Dwarka and Shri Amog Lila Das ji
Shillpi A Singh,
India’s First Online Community Radio,
Friday, February 17, 2017