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God gave and God took away – What is the use of sorrowing?

Spirituality helps to develop detachment to worldly matters and creates a sense of renunciation.

God gave and God took away. What is the use of sorrowing?

According to the Bhagavad Gita, one who has ‘discovered’ one’s innermost Reality and identifies oneself with all that exists is called a sthita-prajna.

Men and women dedicated to spiritual values develop the ability to withstand even terrible tragedies in their lives.

The Lord says in the Gita, ‘Mām-anusmara yudhya ca; Remember Me and fight.’ So, to make our lives fully focused on God, continual effort to keep our mind on God is necessary. This method of remembering Him will make us progress spiritually, without disturbing our day-to-day activities, in whichever vocation we may be engaged.

Contentment lies in the heart, not in circumstances.

Money is not permanent. Trust is our greatest asset.




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