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Bhagavat Gita and Being and Nothingness

November 21, 2016

Bhagavat Gita 2nd chapter  sloka 22,23,24.

22

Human abandon all the torn dresses and wrapped with new clothes like also a human left the body when also take in to an another body.

23

No arms can kill Him no fire can burn Him no water can wet Him no gases can dry Him.

24

Him an eternal not be wound not be burnt not be sinned not be dried up Him present in all around and static, move-less, silent, unimaginable and without to react.

Being and Nothingness is written by Jean Paul Sartre on existentialism

Co relation

Both defining a position of a state of living that though absent here but present somewhere means Him is Innocent and alive in everywhere.

My conclusion

When a state changed freed from an old and a bond with a new.

 

 

 

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