We are often deluded by the result and ignore the pursuit of something. Everyone is focused on what results his action will bring and not focusing on the present pursuit. The subjects fail to realize that they have no control on the result anyway.
Arjuna is one of the most egoistic character in Mahabharata, if not as presumptuous as Duryodhana.He considers himself as the best archer and his ego is amplified by the praises of Bheesma, Drona, Krishna and other warriors of his time.
Mahabharata tells us the story of Bheema who is always angry over his enemies and wants to win them by force. He is impatient and not ready to realize his truth. He wants justice but is not ready to wait for the right time and place. Bheema meets Hanuman in the forest who teaches him lessons on war strategy, winning the enemy with righteousness and sticking to the path of Dharma. Hanuman wanted to free his brother Bhima from his ego and to give him greater strength to fight his enemies.
Our lives are surrounded by curses and boons. According to Indian philosophy, life is just a resultant of the boons and banes the subject has inherited through his/her karma. The resultant will reflect on the
Most people reject the concept of “God” or “Divine power” on this logic that nobody has seen it. Observation or Non observation for that matter cannot validate the existence of something. Nobody has seen the mind
Here is a story of a householder called Saunaka, who reaches a forest to find the famous Hindu sage, Sage Angiras. He approaches the Sage reverentially and beseeches “O Holy Sage, teach me that through