[Advaita-l] Dharma

Kiran B.R. kiran.br at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 02:34:11 CST 2004

> 1) The ignorant holds 'I act'. (GItA 3.27)
> 2) The knower of Truth holds 'I act not'. (GItA 5.8)
> 3) The Lord says 'I act'. (GItA 3.22)
> Therefore, we have a most wonderful conclusion that can be drawn from
> your novel interpretation of the GItA that takes into account the above
> three verses:
> 4) The Lord says 'I act', which only the ignorant thinks, therefore the
> Lord is ignorant!

When the lord says 'I act', what is meant is - the world perceives him
to be acting, not he, for he is established in the knowledge of BG

The most wonderful conclusion is drawn erroneously.

achchakannaDigara baLaga!

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