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Top lessons of Bhagavad-Gita

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Top lessons of Bhagavad-Gita Today is 25th December 2020, an auspicious day and we are celebrating Gita Jayanti (birthday of Bhagavad Gita) today.  Today is also Mokshda Ekadesi. This is perfect day to publish this blog on my website www.myspiritualviews2020.com Today is also Christmas  (bi rthday of Jesus Christ). I wish merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all the readers of my blogs. 1. Soul is imperishable, body takes birth but soul never born, can not be wet, dry, divide, dissolve, burn, kill and is eternal and can not be seen with material eyes. 2. We are not this body but soul. Body is just a medium of soul. Soul transmigrate from one body to another. Soul never takes birth but changes one body to another. 3. Senses, mind, intelligence are companions of soul. Lust occupies senses, mind, intelligence and thus affects the soul. Unless one uses pure intelligence to control the mind, the senses cannot be controlled. Devotional services makes intelligence pure. 4. One has to learn h

Nature: Our teacher

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  Nature: Our teacher Photo source: Myself Material nature is inferior energy of God Shri Krishna and is eternal just like souls, time, space. When everything is annihilated, nature remains as it is.  Goddess Durga is the controller of this material world and takes care of all living beings by fulfilling their material desires.  We can learn many lessons from nature. Trees, soil, mountains teach us to be tolerant, patient, forgiving and beneficial to others.  Trees provide us wood, fruits, shade, leaves. They provide home to various birds by providing them space to build nests and rear their offspring. Trees help us in getting our air clean and fresh. Trees hold the soil with their roots and help in controlling soil erosion from floods every year and help mountains to stand tall and erect and prevent landslides.  Similarly soil does not object when farmers plough it and labours build home and other architectures on it. Soil teaches us to be humble and forgiving. Those who have elevated