I chose Chapter 2 of the Bhagavad-Gita. This chapter is set in a battlefield where a war between the Kaurava’s and Pandava’s armies is about to take place. Just before the war begins Prince Arjuna sees that in both armies family members are present, both sides are made up of “fathers, grandfathers, teachers, brothers, uncles, sons, grandsons, in-laws and friends." Arjuna is overcome with grief and tells Krishna, who has taken the form of his charioteer, that he has no desire to fight and no need for a kingdom if it means killing his own family. Krishna tells Arjuna to get up and push forward for it is his duty as a warrior to fight this righteous war. When Arjuna questions this, Krishna explains that there is no such thing...
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