Based on Bhagavad Gita Chapter 18, Text 58
When life’s problems overwhelm us, our vision becomes distorted. We start feeling that the problems are ultra-big, bigger than even Krishna. Consequently, we become so preoccupied in coping with them that our spiritual practices like chanting become distracted. We may even feel that the distraction is justified: “Krishna, you understand how big this problem is. I need to deal with it first before I can resume proper devotional meditation on you.”
Gita wisdom helps us understand that resuming proper contemplation on Krishna is the first way to deal with any problem. The Bhagavad-gita (18.58) reminds us that if we become conscious of him, he will, by his grace, help us to cross over all problems. His grace often expresses itself as a perspective-restoring insight: He is far bigger than any problem. For him, solving our biggest problem is no big deal; he can empower us to tackle or transcend it by one moment of illumination.