Loving the unlovable is the characteristic of God and the character of the godly (Gita Daily)

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Published on Oct 20, 2013

Based on Bhagavad Gita Chapter 04, Text 35

Most of us know someone who annoys, irritates or enrages us. We may even feel that if only that person would be out of our life, everything would be so much better.

On this vexing issue Gita wisdom offers us a refreshing and empowering insight. It informs us that the world is like a university meant to teach us lessons in love. These lessons expand our love till it reaches its full potential of loving Krishna and through him all of his creation and creatures.

Loving God is an essentially transformative process that requires us to become godly, to learn to love like God loves. An essential characteristic of Krishna is that he loves even those who are unlovable, as is evident in an example that is uncomfortably nearby: we ourselves.

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