The wise person, while enjoying spontaneous bliss and harmony, is amused at the constantly striving mortals, whether they are beggars or kings, dealing with their own challenges at different levels. The wise person might be tempted to gently tell a struggling human being that all this experience of pain and strife is unnecessary – that, it is possible to live a […]Read more "How may the wise guide the bewildered masses?"
Whether due to distractions or slackness, a leader may often be seen as ineffective or even inactive. When the leader is no longer seen as active or alert to changes happening in the organization or the environment, the organization may invite unwanted elements and gradually lead to chaos, before finally slipping into degeneration. Perhaps, this is the […]Read more "What happens when a leader is seen as inactive?"
What would you do when you have it all, with no lack of anything and there is absolutely nothing you are required to do? As a powerful person or leader, what is your responsibility? In the 22nd verse of the 3rd Chapter “Karma Yoga” of Bhagwad Gita, Lord Krishna tells the mighty warrior Arjun (who is having doubts […]Read more "The Responsibility of the Most Powerful"
Therefore, let us lead by example, taking all actions openly and transparently! FIRST VERSE TRANSLATION Even kings like Janaka and others attained the perfectional stage by performance of prescribed duties. Therefore, just for the sake of educating the people in general, you should perform your work. SECOND VERSE TRANSLATION Whatever action is performed by a […]Read more "How to be a Conscious Leader"
Therefore, transcending all self-imagined barriers let us uninhibitedly flow into this universe without any constraints! FIRST VERSE TRANSLATION A self-realized man has no purpose to fulfill in the discharge of his prescribed duties, nor has he any reason not to perform such work. Nor has he any need to depend on any other living being. SECOND […]Read more "Karma Yoga: Why take any action at all?"