Decision Making In The Bhagavad Gita

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Throughout this article explains how Bhagavad Gita can help the audience with their decisions and engaging their actions. Gita explains how decision making in life is a hesitation to take make big decisions, including the ones that leads us to actions that we want to avoid. Our lives are filled with both small and big decisions and if those decisions are turned into mistake, then we learn from our mistakes, because without mistakes in our lives, then we wouldn’t know what we’re doing from right and wrong. In the book The Bhagavad-Gita, a decision is being placed that starts a chain of opportunities, even the things that turn out to be unexpected events you never intended to happen. Many decision making represents as the world to learn by decisions…show more content…
The Bhagavad-Gita is a historical and archetypal poem about the history of a battle fought. It is also an archetypal myth because the story explains the struggles that we as an audience experience within ourselves.. The Bhagavad-Gita provides how to make big decisions and a scripture of having to feel wisdom when deciding to make a choice. The book also focuses on following puzzles to solve the problems when facing society and people's’ obstacles. From my point, I enjoy the plot in the story because the book have many guidance to direct the readers to the correct…show more content…
In an article, “The Bhagavad Gita Part 1: Facing a Difficult Decision?” claims “ King Arjuna has to decide if he should start a war against his own cousins. The war is justified, but Arjuna knows that it will cause immense suffering. He has the moral support of his friend and mentor Krishna on his side, but the opponent's army is much bigger. In the middle of the battlefield he falls down on his knees in despair and turns around to his friend for advice. Time stops and the dialogue between Arjuna and Krishna begins.” In summary, Krishna gives Arjuna advise to persuade her how to act in every situation to live a spiritual life and not make the decisions that she makes lead her to sorrow. Krishna explains to follow his path instead, this is the definition of Dharma. Dharma is determine as one’s own nature.The Gita is involved in the theme in the Mahabharata that deals why Dharma should represent because who we are and what we are in this world. The Gita is about a moral quandary, which the hero in Mahabharata faces all kinds of questions on how to live the more proper way to

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