It is the Nation’s gain that Gopal Subramanium is not becoming a judge of the Supreme Court

published on June 26, 2014

Ref : Gopal Subramanium Slams Modi Government – PTI Report

Apropos the ‘Gopal Subramanium NAUTANKI’.

Viewing his ‘baseless ranting’ on T,V,, I was reminded of a Chapter in the Bhagawad Gita – Chapter 2 – ‘ The Yoga of Knowledge ‘.

Arjuna queries Lord Krishna : ” O Kesava ! What are the signs of a person who has attained to ‘Steady Wisdom’ – ( Sthithaprajna ) about deep introspection ? How does he speak ? How does he sit ? How does he walk ? How does he behave in life generally ?”.

The Blessed Lord Krishna said :

” [A person] whose mind is not agitated in adversity, who is free from desire, and who is devoid of attachments, fear and anger – such a person is called a ‘Sage of Steady Wisdom’ ( Stithaprajna ) “.

Again.

” Whomever is without self – centred affection for anything, who rejoices not in favourable situations and hates not in unfavourable ones – such a person’s wisdom is firmly set “.

Also.

” Whoever has abandoned desires, and moves about without attachments and the sense of ‘ I ‘ and ‘ MINE ‘ – he attains to peace “.

On all these counts, the former SG cannot be said to be a man of ‘STHITHAPRAJNA ‘ or ‘Steady Wisdom ‘.

He was on a ‘bloated EGO trip’ on T.V.

How then can he be a good judge ?

It is the Nation’s gain that he is not becoming a judge of the Supreme Court, Lord Krishna be praised !!

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