JANMASHTAMI SPECIAL: 5 BEST LIFE LESSONS THAT WE CAN LEARN FROM KRISHNA
Lord Shri Krishna, also known as Makhan Chor, Govinda, Mukunda, Madhusudhana or kanha's birthday is celebrated with full fervor and devotion in Hindu Religion.
Krishna is believed as the eighth avatar of the Lord Vishnu and he inspires us in many ways. Krishna, more than a Hindu God, is a true spiritual guru; he educated the world about devotion and dharma.
The most famous book of India – The Bhagavad-Gita, is a 700 verse Hindu scripture in Sanskrit. It is a part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata, where during the war between Pandavas and Kauravas in the battle of Kurukshetra, Lord Krishna enlightens Arjuna with His Wisdom. It teaches many lessons that we should apply in our daily lives.
On this special occasion of Janmashtami, let's go through 10 life-changing lessons that we should learn from Kanha:
Here are the best lessons which we can learn from Lord Krishna's life
Krishna inspires us to focus on the work not on the outcome. It is said, do your duty with full dedication and don't think about the result a lot. Do not be driven by the end result, but enjoy the process of getting there.
Krishna says, be just my instrument. The ego always makes us act out of the fear and anxiety about the result-whether we will succeed or fail. When we start performing actions as his instrument, there is equanimity in our action, and we get great strength to focus on our task.
Krishna is an upholder of the sakhya rasa. His relationship with Sudama is the perfect example of it. Despite being the kind, he treats Saudama with the same affection that they shared during their childhood days. And, he makes his friends' fortunes without making him go through the humiliation of asking.
Shri Krishna believes in selfless love, and his life was all about divine love. He did not only bless his devotes but also those that offended him. It is something amazing that we should practice in our life.
Krishna says, "Anger is the main reason of all kind of failures in our life". It leads to clouding of judgment that results in bewilderment of the memory. After it, the intellect gets destroyed and one is completely ruined.
On this special day, hope you get best lessons and will try to bring these teachings in your life.
Wish you all Happy Janmashtami!
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