Bhagwat Gita is a book containing teachings given by Lord Krishna to his disciple Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. These teachings were given more than 5000 years ago. Here below is the abstract of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita. These teachings applicable to each and every single people. This is the reality of life.
- Why do you worry without cause? What are you afraid? Who can kill you? The Spirit is neither born nor does it die.
- What happened, happened for the best, which is happening, is happening for goodness, which will also be good. You do not repent for past. Do not worry about the future. Concentrate on Present(which is happening).
- What did u lose that you shed tears? What did you bring with youat the time of birth, which you think you lost? What did you create, which you think get destroyed? You did not bring anything with you – whatever you have, received from here. Whatever you gave, gave here. Whatever you took, took from God. Whatever you gave, gave to him (God).
- You came empty-handed, and shall go the same way. What is yours today, belonged to a some other person yesterday, and day after tomorrow, it will belong to a some other person. You are enjoying with the thought that this is yours. That happiness is the cause of your suffering & sorrows.
- Change is the law of nature. What you think of as death, it is indeed life. In a moment you become millionaire, and in the next instant you become poor. Yours and mine, big and small, ours-extrinsic, erase from the mind, then all is yours, you belong to everyone.
- Neither this body is not yours, nor you are of this body. It is composed of Five Elements (Panchtatva) i.e. Ether, Water, Fire, Air and Earth , and shall perish in these elements. But Soul is indestructible and lives forever even after death, as soul is neither born nor dies.
- Devote yourself to the Almighty God only. That is the best support and one who knows the support of God, is always free freedom from fear, anxiety and grief.
- Whatever you do, dedicate it to God. Doing so will always experience the joy of free life.