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  1. anonymous
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    The Bhagavad-Gita states that “He who gives up all his desires and lives without the awareness of any need of ownership and egoism, he attains peace.” What is the most likely interpretation of this statement based on Hindu beliefs? Select one: a. One should not work, as labor is totally unimportant. b. Our physical lives are filled with pain, suffering, wants and desires, but it is only by working hard and attaining our desires that we can end these pains and receive what we truly want. c. We should accept our place in society, the work we must do and the pains we must suffer and instead focus on a higher meaning to life. It is only when we can learn to transcend all of these worldly desires, ambitions, and pains that we can attain true peace. d. We should all live as monks in isolation from society.

  2. paki
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    what you guess here about the answer....?

  3. anonymous
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    b

  4. anonymous
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    let me research:)

  5. anonymous
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    thanks (:

  6. anonymous
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    It is definitely not a or d lol so I am thinking that you are right to go with b as the answer! ;)

  7. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    thankyou !

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