Dr. Robert Svoboda shares teachings from the Bhagavad Gita that explore the role of karma in our life’s path.
Even Brahma, the creator himself, does not know what the results will be as he is dreaming up his creation. In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says that it is a fault to spend time worrying what the results of an action will be. He tells Brahma that instead he should be focused on effectively fulfilling his role– being the creator. It seems that Dr. Svoboda is pointing out that as we live our karma and fulfill our duties in life, we can not be focused on the results. We can not expect anything besides to perform our karmic duties, because grasping onto results takes our mind and energy away from the task at hand.
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