“Winning for the real purpose of playing” instead of “Playing to win”: Bhagavad Gita (2/10)

In a world fraught with material excess and “How to get rich”  schemes, it is not unusual that decisions are almost often mired by the bias towards, which one shall result into grandest of results (materially).

And thus the very basis of making an objective decision falters at the altar of prejudice towards accumulating more and more wealth.

Bhagvad Gita since millenniums has been shining a beacon on souls, so as they remove this bias towards effective decision making.

karmanyevaadhikaaraste maa phaleshu kadaachana |

maa karmaphalaheturbhuu maatesangotsvakarmani ||

A person has the right towards action alone and not towards the fruit of action. Let not the fruit of action be the motive for acting. Also, Let there not be any attachment to inaction.

“When you are solving problems or making decisions, understand that there is no need f