WORK WITHOUT MOTIVE : 1. Students duty to study, and not politics; Teachers duty to teach, and not politics, Today, few teachers and students take stupid lessons from some foolish political parties and leaders, such as Communists, Congress, and stupid bunch; Listen What Swami Vivekananda says -

Chinmaya Vidyalaya Annual Day Programme

 Opinion
     31/03/2016.
    401.

       All Members,
      Respected family members of this great holy Nation.

   VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE PRESENT DAY STUDENTS : -  

Sub : WORK WITHOUT MOTIVE : 1.
Swami Vivekananda

Ref : Students duty to study, and not politics; Teachers duty to teach, and not politics, Today, few teachers and stidents take stupid lessons  from some foolish  political parties and leaders, such as Communists, Congress, and  stupid  bunch; Listen What  Swami Vivekananda  says -

1.
At the forty-second meeting of the Ramakrishna Mission held at the premises No. 57 Ramkanta Bose Street, Baghbazar, Calcutta, on the 20th March, 1898, Swami Vivekananda gave an address on "Work without Motive", and spoke to the following effect : -

When the Gita was first preached, there was then going on a great controversy between two sects.
One party considered the Vedic Yajnas and animal sacrifices and such like Karmas to constitute the whole of religion.

The other preached that the killing of numberless horses and cattle cannot be called religion
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The people belonging to the latter party were mostly Sannyâsins and followers of Jnana.
They believed that the giving up of all work and the gaining of the knowledge of the Self was the only path to Moksha By the preaching of His great doctrine of work without motive, the Author of the Gita set at rest the disputes of these two antagonistic sects.

Many are of opinion that the Gita was not written at the time of the Mahabharata, but was subsequently added to it.
This is not correct.

The special teachings of the Gita are to be found in every part of the Mahabharata, and if the Gita is to be expunged, as forming no part of it, every other portion of it which embodies the same teachings should be similarly treated.

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   To be continued  ..


 

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