Krishna insisted on outer cleanliness and inner cleansing. Clean clothes and clean minds are an ideal combination.
Keep your own house and its surroundings pure and clean. This hygiene will keep you healthy and benefit your worldly life.
Even when no one is seeing, God is watching your actions always. Do everything with this awareness.
If you avoid rivalry and dispute, God will protect you.
As long as you have attachment to the body and attachment to objects, fear and suffering will be with you. Therefore, Krishna told Arjuna to develop his discrimination and rid himself of body consciousness. He told him that once he was free of body consciousness he would be able to develop integral vision.
The body has to be utilized for service to others. More bliss can be got from serving others than from merely serving oneself.
Service broadens your vision widens your awareness. Deepens your compassion.
Doing one's duty, however small, in an unattached manner gives rise to the awakening of self-awareness.
The mind fixed in the awareness of the ONE is line a rock; unaffected by doubt, stable, secure
I cannot do anything without Godís permission.
Women are proverbially too individualistic! There is a popular belief, born out of folk-experience, that three women cannot live in unison!
Be in the world like a maid servant in a rich man's house. The maid servant deals with all the objects and things always knowing that nothing belongs to her and that this is not her true home.
Mother Veda is compassionate; she longs to liberate her children from doubt and discontent. She has no desire to inflame or confuse; wise men know this well.
The cementing factor of this unity in multiplicity is Love.
Agriculture is for living; mind culture is for life. Skills are for shaping material things so that they cater more for the comfort of man; studies are for shaping attitudes, feelings, desires, emotions and impulses of man, so that they may confer more peace, more joy and more fortitude on man.