Categories: Shloka For The Week and The Bhagavad Gita
- The Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Verse 27
Most of the world was in a lockdown for several weeks and slowly everyone is starting to come out of it. This also means that there is a stronger possibility of a second wave, as people start to mingle again!!
The stress of the new protocols along with concerns about loved one’s health and the economic turmoil, surely makes it for a stressful time ahead. But what we need to remember in these kinds of fated times is that- birth or death are not final stationary points.
Right now, you may feel upset over job loss, economic situation, or someone’s health. But this time too shall pass and something good is bound to happen that will bring cheer and joyful moments back in your life.
Sometimes, when tragedy strikes- people feel like they will never ever smile again. But that is not true- times change and slowly the deepest of the wounds heal and good times return.
And if you are feeling extra fearful of a particular situation in your life, then turn that situation over to the Divine. Pray and seek blessings from the divine with full faith- with full and complete knowledge that ultimately what is best for you and the world at large, will happen.
This could be a great week to reflect on your role in the grand scheme of things. How you fit in with the bigger creation and in what way you can add value to not just your near and dear ones- but to the world at large.
This week reflect on the above shloka and see what other meanings come up for you. What are some of the other interpretations that you feel more in tune with your own life situation.
And above all, I hope that you will take the wisdom from this shloka, and utilize its guidance- not just for this coming week, but for all the times ahead…
I wish everyone a fantastic week ahead…