“You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.”
1) This passion quote explanation: –
Before starting a story on passion and girt, let me make you clear about this saying. This proverb was said by Lord Krishna in Bhagwat Geeta. He told Arjun that every human in this world has a tendency to put very less effort on work🧑🏭🧑🏭🧑🏭.
On the other hand, they have a lot of expectations. This is the wrong way of thinking. A person should never desire the results of their work. It is because expectation is very painful.
A person must do his karma(work) and dedicate its good result to God, whatever may be its outcomes. So, let’s begin a tale of a young man who is a normal human like you and me🧍♂️🧍♂️🧍♂️. He later gets corrected by Lord Krishna’s Philosophy.
2) Short story on passion for life: –
Once upon a time there was a peaceful village. A young girl named Rosy used to live in that village. She was a kind person who was known for a willingness to help others. One sunny morning, her grandfather took her to the village garden. His name was Grandpa Sam.
Mr. Green was a person who used to work in work in that garden. They saw that wise old gardener, he was tending to his plants. Rosy noticed a lovingly care for the flowers by Mr. Green. She asked to him, “Grandpa Sam, why does Mr. Green work so hard? He does not sell the flowers at all.”
Grandpa Sam smiled by hearing those curious words. He said to her, “Rosy, Mr. Green is teaching us a valuable lesson. He works with all his heart. But he does not expect anything in return. Our ancient scriptures also teaches us a valuable lesson, ‘You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.'”
Rosy was confused by his statement. Grandpa Sam continued to tell its meaning, “It means, you should do your best, be a kind person, and work hard. But You should not worry too much about its results. Your actions should come from a good heart. You should not do it just for rewards.”
Rosy understood his words. She said ,”I’ will do my best to help without expecting anything in return from today.”
Grandpa Sam smiled as his grand daughter have realized its meaning. He hugged her and said, “That is the spirit, Rosy. You should remember, when we do good, the world becomes a better place, and that is a wonderful reward in itself.”
Rosy understood that doing good deeds with love and kindness was the real treasure in life. It made her heart as happy as flowers in a garden.