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Babajiís Lineage => The Bhagavad Gita => Topic started by: Live to Learn on Jan 26, 2010 08:05 pm



Title: What is Paramhansaji's rendering of 2:12 or thereabouts?
Post by: Live to Learn on Jan 26, 2010 08:05 pm
I'd be interested to read it, as it's my favourite verse of the Bhagavad Gita, and to not be familiar with Guruji's take on it seems wrong in some way. This is the verse which talks of the immortality of the soul, rendered variously, but usually expressed as:

"There never was a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor any of these kings, nor will there be any future where we cease to be."



Title: Re: What is Paramhansaji's rendering of 2:12 or thereabouts?
Post by: Steve Hydonus on Jan 26, 2010 08:23 pm
I absolutely must make space for it, but I'm not quite sure how to, considering that God Talks with Arjuna is two volumes, as I understand.

Slow by slow...


Title: Re: What is Paramhansaji's rendering of 2:12 or thereabouts?
Post by: Live to Learn on Jan 26, 2010 09:19 pm
Thanks, Steve.

I get the feeling I'm beginning to be one of those who are "running backwards", according to Paramhansaji's "race" analogy on the spiritual life.

L T L


Title: Re: What is Paramhansaji's rendering of 2:12 or thereabouts?
Post by: Live to Learn on Mar 12, 2010 12:07 am
2:20 is a better rendering, indeed. I appreciate your taking the time to write this out for me, namaste2all.

:D

_/\_ to you,

L T L