Arjuna says, I don’t want to fight, as there are big warriors in front of me and in their comparison, I am not so.
Then Lord Krishna said,
taktwa hriday duryabalyam uttishth param tapa.
Meaning that, keep aside the weakness of your heart and do your karma. Srimad Bhagwad Gita never teaches that, you abandon your duties and work and be dependent on your destiny. Whatever lord will give, I will accept, NO…..
In Yoga Vashishtha MahaRamayana (famous Hindu Scripture), it is written, that
“O’ Lord Rama ! The one who always remain dependent on the destiny and resists one self from doing karma, is a coward, & the one who does purusharth (efforts) is blessed with enlightenment. Here efforts win, not the destiny. Even destiny is made out of efforts. A farmer was ploughing a field, suddenly a bird collided with the plough …
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