Category:Sri Isopanisad, Mantra 2
Pages in category "Sri Isopanisad, Mantra 2"
The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total.
- A conditioned soul is accustomed to working for sense gratification - for his own selfish interest, immediate or extended
- An ordinary man works for his own sense enjoyment, and when this principle of sense enjoyment is extended to include his society, nation or humanity in general, it assumes various attractive names such as altruism, socialism, communism, nationalism etc
- If somehow or other a man misses the spiritual opportunity afforded by his human form of life and falls down again into the evolutionary cycle, he must be considered most unfortunate
- In the lower stages of life one cannot immediately adopt the activities of devotional service, nor can one completely stop fruitive work
- Intelligent men well know that both good and bad work equally bind one to the material miseries. Consequently they seek that work which will free them from the reactions of both good and bad work
- The greatest danger of life is the danger of gliding down again into the evolutionary cycle of birth and death among the 8,400,000 species
- The living being is eternal by nature, but due to his bondage in material existence he has to change his body over and over
- The living entity has to work for his livelihood because that is the law of material nature, and if he does not act according to his prescribed duties, he transgresses the law of nature
- There is a hard struggle for life by all kinds of living entities, and the Vedas say that this is quite natural
- They (activities in the spirit of Sri Isopanisad) guarantee their executor protection from the danger of sliding down into the evolutionary process of birth and death