All beings are part of the same universe, made of similar material and energy. The same thread of universal divinity passes through all. Yet within humans there are significant differences between one another. This is where the ‘gunas’ (inherent material nature) come into play by governing the ‘karma’. The consequence of ‘karma’ is inevitable even though one must not look forward to be a benefactor of the fruits of action.
Why Bhagavad Gita? It is one of the oldest sustainable philosophies relevant till date which makes a Christian a better Christian, a Muslim a better Muslim as much it makes a Hindu a better Hindu. It is not a religious book even if it is highly revered by the Hindus because it emphasizes that the entire universe is a divine system and there is no other God within or outside the universe.
What is the right time to learn, understand and bring changes within to transform into a better human being? There is no time better than now. Pick this book if you are willing to undertake the journey of personal transformation to make this life worthy and memorable. Discover the immense potential of human capabilities to attain self-realization.