Lord Krishna About Friends Bhagavad Gita (in Vaishnavism)

4 points | Post submitted by hiren_aajra 1408 days ago | 1 comments | viewed 816 times

"One mistake of judgment often made by the neophyte devotees is that any time there is some disturbance or some difficulty they are considering that the conditions or the external circumstances under which the difficulty took place are the cause of the difficulty itself. That is not the fact. In this material world there is always some difficulty, no matter in this situation or that situation. Therefore simply by changing my status of occupation or my status of life, that will not help anything. Because the real fact is that if there is any difficulty with others, that is my lack of Krishna consciousness, not theirs. Is this clear? Krishna says that His dearest devotee is one who does not put others into difficulty, in fact, who puts no one other into difficulty."


  • jay1408 days ago | +0 points
    That's a beautiful verse, I wonder if which part of Gita talks about Friendships.
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