Five Quotes by Lord Krishna That Will Change Your Life

Five key learnings from Bhagavad Gita

Rajesh Vairapandian
The Partnered Pen
Published in
5 min readFeb 26, 2020

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Lord Krishna is a central character in the epic Mahabaratha. He is a major deity in Hinduism. He is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu. According to Mahabaratha, Krishna becomes Prince Arjuna’s charioteer for the Kurukshetra war. During the war, he had a conversation with Arjuna on various aspects of life, which is called the Bhagavad Gita, one of the sacred books of Hinduism.

In this article, I share five of the quotes shared by Krishna, which will help us expand our perception of life.

“For one who has conquered his mind, a mind is best of friends, but for one who has failed to do so, a mind is the greatest enemy.”

If we learn how to conquer our minds, then we will be able to achieve our life goals. What we see in our mind we will be able to manifest it, with the right practice.

I have successfully achieved many of my personal & professional goals after I learned about the mind practices. At the same time, when we fail to conquer our minds, we will fail miserably in Life. That is why those who have are unsuccessful if we deeply look into their life, they are the slaves of their minds. If they master their mind, they will be able to achieve massive success in life, and here success is not to be meant as a materialistic one. Being happy all the time is also a form of success. Living a meaningful life by helping others also a form of success.

Take Away: Master your mind, master your life.

“Change is the law of the world. In a moment, you become the owner of millions. In the other way, become penniless.”

When the recession hit badly back in 2008/09, one of my friends who lived a life like a king has come down to nothing in a matter of few months. He was a millionaire before the recession and lost everything during the recession.

We never know when life blesses us with abundance, and when it takes everything back from us. That is the reason, and we should be grateful for what we have. If we practice gratitude…

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Rajesh Vairapandian
The Partnered Pen

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