Let me begin introduction from quotes of "Bhagavad-Gita" which deals with the most sacred metaphysical science. In Gita, Lord Krishna said: The individual soul (Jiva, energy) in the body of living beings is the integral part of the universal Spirit (energy). The individual soul associates with the six sensory faculties perception and activates them. The inherent power of cognition and desire of Eternal Being (Spirit) is called the nature of Eternal Being. The creative power of Eternal Being (or Spirit) that causes manifestation of the living entity is called Karma (act). Any desire that arise in you (Jiva) that make you act is the due to the attraction from the Eternal Spirit. The action in you is due to the force from the main source of energy.

So, What is Life?

Life can be defined as an energy inside a particular boundary. This energy helps metabolism to take place inside the boundary, metabolism helps to distribute energy and generate information. A genetic component carries information/energy to other energy boundary resulting a bi-product being created. This process repeats until the energy levels are transmitted or distributed to maintain the balance.

The energy level balance is the law of nature.

At any case, a intermittent or external energy source is required to excite a particular boundary with energy.

When we speak about external energy, the first thing we remember is Sun's energy. Yes. To some extent it is true. All the energy in animals, plants, oil, gas, and coal originally came from the suns radiation, captured through photosynthesis.

Photosynthesis is the process by which plants, some bacteria use the energy from sunlight to produce sugar, which cellular respiration converts into ATP, the "fuel" used by all living things. The conversion of unusable sunlight energy into usable chemical energy, is associated with the actions of the green pigment
chlorophyll. Most of the time, the photosynthetic process uses water and releases the oxygen that we absolutely must have to stay alive. The Glucose is used as food as well!

The overall reaction of this process as:

6H2O + 6CO2 + Sun's Energy ----------> C6H12O6+ 6O2

Animals are carbon dioxide producers that derive their energy from carbohydrates and other chemicals produced by plants by the process of photosynthesis.

Living things are composed primarily of water and organic compounds, enzymes are protein catalysts that carry out the chemical reactions of metabolism. All
chemical reactions require activation energy to break chemical bonds and begin the reaction.

When we speak about animal or plant cells, all cells have nucleus and this is the 'control centre' of the cell. It primarily is composed of again carbon (C),
hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and sulfur (S) in some proteins (particularly enzymes). The nucleus contains nucleic acids, DNA, and
RNA, which in turn contain C, H, O, N, and P.

Human body or take it any animals or plants, they are made by following main elements : oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, Potassium, Sulfur, Chlorine, Sodium, Magnesium, Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Zinc, Iodine, Selenium, Fluorine.

So finally it is these elements that act or react to form the life.

So, we need to study what makes them to act or react. Definitely, it is sure that it should be these atoms that absorb or emit energy from external source or create or break chemical bonds which together makes the cells, organs or body to act.

As we discussed above, for a life to exists, at any case, a intermittent or external energy source is required to excite a particular boundary, so let us study more about external source of energy. Let's begin with Sun's energy and the behaviour shown by elements in periodic table.

What are components of Sun's energy and what happens to atoms when they are hit by Solar radiation?

Solar radiation is radiant energy emitted by the sun from a nuclear fusion reaction that creates electromagnetic energy (Electromagnetic Wave).

The radiation from Sun results in Photoelectric effect on atoms. When an external electromagnetic radiation hits a atom, we see that electrons exhibits force by external radiation and gets exited.

If the magnetic force by the electro-magnetic radiation is too higher than that of force required for the electrons to spin around the nucleus, then the electrons are thrown out of axis as free electron.

The changes in electrons in atoms results chemical reactions to take place by creating/breaking bonds.

What normally happens to atoms when they are exited by external light radiation?

It is observed that Light from the sun hitting moon dust causes it to become charged through the photoelectric effect. The charged dust then repels itself and lifts off the surface of the Moon by electrostatic levitation.

So let us look this behavior by various elements present in earth.

In general, atoms are most stable when all of their orbital are occupied by two electrons unless disturbed by external energy. Isolated atoms, such as hydrogen
(H), carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and oxygen (O), have some orbitals that are not occupied by two electrons. For example, hydrogen is an atom that has a single
proton (its nucleus) and a single electron. The electron of the hydrogen atom is in a 1s orbital. Different types of atoms (e.g., oxygen and hydrogen) have very
different affinities for electrons. This differential affinity for electrons is demonstrated with different bonds or formation of Ions, covalent bond etc.

For instance: Sodium metal has tendency to lose electron for Sun's radiation and the ferric iron in the ocean is ultimate electron acceptor. I have taken Sodium, since we all know that sodium is present in great quantities in the earth's oceans as sodium chloride.

The most alkali metals have lowest electro negativities (they tend to lose electrons). Atoms of high electro negativity (upper right nonmetals) tend to gain electrons.

The alkali metals, found in group 1 of the periodic table, are highly reactive metals that do not occur freely in nature. These metals have only one electron in their outer shell. Therefore, they are ready to lose that one electron in ionic bonding with other elements. Metalloids have properties of both metals and non-metals. Some of the metalloids, such as silicon and germanium, are semi-conductors which again show there affinity to light radiation. This is proved in semi-conductor technology and when we speak about Noble gases, they have 8 electrons in their outer shell, making them stable. These elements have an oxidation number of 0. This prevents them from forming compounds readily.

NOTE : 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of the six main elements : oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and then other elements that are phosphorus and then Potassium, Sulfur, Chlorine, Sodium, Magnesium, Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Zinc, Iodine, Selenium, Fluorine.

Different types of atoms have very different affinities for electrons and Sun's radiation. If we take a look of elements in living organisms, we see it is these elements present in our body in which some are either electron donors and some are electron acceptors.

Each time when the atoms are exited by external source results in partial charges created. Giving the electrons and accepting the electrons, we have partial positive and partial negative charges and these interact with other partial positive and partial negative charges associated with other molecules that result in creation of bonds. These Bonds lead formation of Organic molecules. And again, electrical asymmetries in these molecules would have resulted in further creation of complements or living cells and then again some of molecules in these living cells absorbs the external radiation and will try to stay stable state by transferring the energy to do something useful. Can we now call this balance of charges or electrical asymmetries as metabolism.

Even if we check out any living organism, we see that it is these electrochemical reactions happening for metabolism, transport of ions across membranes and growth.

But when did life first arise on Earth?
•The Earth is thought to be approximately 4.6 billion years old, but life is believed to have occurred approximately 4 billion years ago. There is a idea that long ago complex collections of chemicals formed the first cells. Life began in the oceans from simple chemicals joining together in a “primordial soup” .Complex chemicals evolved into living cells.

What were the conditions like on Earth when life arose?
Organic molecules being formed on the Earth’s surface. Lightening and ultraviolet radiation from the Sun acted on the atmosphere to forms small traces of many different gases, including ammonia (NH3), methane (CH4), carbon monoxide (CO) and ethane and also, cyanide (HCN) probably formed easily in the upper atmosphere, from solar radiation and then dissolved in raindrops.

Can the life be created now using all the main components for Life?

To some extent, Yes. Consider a very simplest way to create life using all the main components required for life. For example, preparing a soup of all the dissolved organic components and exposing the soup to sun radiation.

When we speak about components, water is the most abundant molecule on Earth's surface, composing of about 70% of the Earth's surface. Water also makes up 75 % of the human body.

Modern chemistry explains us how water was formed now or during primitive earth.

The structural and electrical properties of the water should be discussed in relation to membrane functions, in particular transport of ions across membranes.

Water is primarily a liquid under standard conditions, however, all the elements surrounding oxygen in the periodic table, nitrogen, fluorine, phosphorus, sulfur and chlorine, all combine with hydrogen to produce gases under standard conditions.

The reason that water forms a liquid is that it is more electronegative than all of these elements (other than fluorine). Oxygen attracts electrons much more strongly than hydrogen, resulting in a net positive charge on the hydrogen atoms, and a net negative charge on the oxygen atom. The presence of a charge on each of these atoms gives each water molecule a net dipole moment. Electrical attraction between water molecules due to this dipole pulls individual molecules closer together, making it more difficult to separate the molecules and therefore raising the boiling point. This attraction is known as hydrogen-bonding.

And again, some elements show ionic bond when dissolved in water. For instance, when sodium and chlorine atoms are mixed together, the sodium atom gives its electron to the chlorine atom. The sodium and chlorine atoms become the sodium and chloride ions (Na and Cl, respectively). The sodium and chloride ions have opposite electrical charges and so the two ions are electro statically attracted to each other. The electrostatic attraction between two ions, each with a full (not partial) electric charge, is called an ionic-bond.

These electrochemical reactions are very much necessary for transport of ions across membranes.

Now create a soup with water and amphiphilic molecules. The amphiphilic molecules forms a oily surface. One end interact with water and one end does not interact with water. These molecules automatically self-assemble to form bi-layers.

These are the technique used to make up the walls of our cells and several research and available fossils demonstrates the formation of organic soup during primitive earth.

So we can assume that there could be some molecules trapped in-between bilayer and we have learnt that different molecules behave differently with Sun radiation.

Expose the bilayer with Sun's radiation, some of molecules or elements sensitive to light radiation absorbs the light and becomes excited resulting in formation of bonds and chemical reaction results in action or we can call them as metabolism. This is because, energy level balance has to take place and the molecule can not stay in an excited stable state for long time and the the excitation energy to be transferred to maintain the balance.

Let us check this more with modern fuel cells designed.

We all know that modern fuel cell design works on almost similar principle. In essence, a fuel cell works by catalysis, separating the component electrons and protons of the reactant fuel, and forcing the electrons to travel through a circuit, hence converting them to electrical power. The waste products with these types of fuel cells are carbon dioxide and water.

During primitive earth, we can assume there could be a 'n' numbers of bi-layers formed, energy trapped in bi-layer resulting in metabolism to take place.

We can even think of carbon metabolism that is now happening in plants cells due to Sun's radiation.

6H2O + 6CO2 + Sun radiation ----------> C6H12O6+ 6O2

The released oxygen could be absorbed by other bilayer and breaking the carbohydrates again again into CO2 and water. This is nothing but cellular respiration and ATP generation.

Take for example, Microbial fuel cells that is used these modern days. When micro-organisms consume a substrate such as sugar in aerobic conditions they produce carbon dioxide and water. However when oxygen is not present they produce carbon dioxide, protons and electrons as described below:

C12H22O11 + 13H2O ---> 12CO2 + 48H+ + 48e-

Microbial fuel cells use inorganic mediators to tap into the electron transport chain of cells and steal the electrons that are produced.

Even when we speak about cell evolution, it is assumed that first cell types were heterotrophic cells which were incapable of producing their own food and then autotrophs which can produce chemicals to store energy and then chemoautotroph which can store energy found in certain inorganic chemicals. and then prokaryotes, 2 - 1.5 billion years ago and then – eukaryotes which had membranes to isolate certain chemical reactions and cellular life then evolved into what we know today.

But we still need to learn more to make the excitation energy reproduce.

Let us study more about HYDROGEN BONDING:

Hydrogen bonds are critically important in biology because they help explain the solubility of molecules in water, the structure of macromolecules (such as DNA and protein), and the formation of stable lipid bilayer membranes.

Even when we speak about DNA in animal or plant cells, Hydrogen bonding is the chemical mechanism that underlies the base-pairing rules.

Hydrogen bonds are weak electrostatic attractions between atoms displaying partial positive and partial negative charges. The partial positive charges are produced when hydrogen atoms are associated with another atom through a polar covalent bond. The partial negative charges are associated with an atom (e.g., oxygen) that has a higher affinity for electrons.

The oxygen atom has two pairs of electrons in its outermost energy level that are not in bonding orbitals. These four electrons form a negatively charged "cloud" of electron density on the side of the water molecule opposite from the hydrogen atoms. The oxygen atom is much more electronegative than the hydrogen atom, so, when a bonding orbital forms between the oxygen and hydrogen atoms, the electrons in the bonding orbital are disproportionately distributed toward the oxygen side of the polar covalent bond. This results in a partial negative charge (-) associated with the oxygen atom. The full positive charge of the hydrogen nucleus is poorly covered by the thin electron density and "shows through", resulting in a partial positive charge (+).

The weak electrostatic attraction between the partial negative and partial positive charges is a hydrogen bond.

In molecular biology, two nucleotides on opposite complementary DNA or RNA strands that are connected via hydrogen bonds are called a base pair.

Even in DNA, the law of energy level balance holds good. A a string of DNA acts as a template for producing another string that is its "negative", that is has the same encoding but with each nucleotide replaced with its "complement": adenine for thymine and thymine for adenine, and cytonine for guanine and guanine for cytonine. The process occurs in water and begins when the complements are attracted to the DNA nucleotides by "polar" bonds. A polar bond is created by the weak electrical asymmetries in a molecule. Once the new DNA is complete, it can detach from the old one by the breaking of those polar bonds. This is how a cell division occurs and we find the growth.

Hence coming back to electronics basics, it the external source that excite the atoms resulting in formation of bonds (creating partial positive and negative charges) and resulting in growth.

Appropriate geometrical correspondence of hydrogen bond donors and acceptors allows only the "right" pairs to form stably.

Within cells, DNA is organized into structures called chromosomes. These chromosomes are duplicated before cells divide, in a process called DNA replication. Eukaryotic organisms such as animals, plants, and fungi store their DNA inside the cell nucleus, while in prokaryotes such as bacteria it is found in the cell's cytoplasm. Within the chromosomes, chromatin proteins such as histones compact and organize DNA. These compact structures guide the interactions between DNA and other proteins, helping control which parts of the DNA are transcribed.

DNA contains the genetic information that allows all modern living things to function, grow and reproduce.

If we go still deeper, we see that RNA or DNA replication are environmentally forced. In recent research it is seen that sun cycle (day and night) could have forced the replication process triggering in growth.

RNA or DNA strands that we currently have in cells are due to a large number of variations that led into forming pair.

4-billion-year of evolution has resulted forming from a basic pair to 3000000000 DNA nucleotide pairs that we currently have in human. We still see same less pairs in bacteria (about 400000 DNA nucleotide pairs).

When we speak about environmentally forced replication, we can assume that instead of a self replication, there was at first a primitive, sun-forced replication process and this led to form basic pairs, replicate and growth.

The variation in solar radiation or energy resulted in organic synthesis. Further there is assumption that there was a shorter day/night cycle, due to the faster rotation of primitive earth. The variation in sun energy has resulted in creating and breaking bonds (opposite charges) which are the most essential factor for growth.

This might put you in some really curious questions like the ones below:

1.Why do we take birth and why do we die?
2.Why do we feel pleasure and pain?
3.Why do we love and why do we hate? Who brings the desire or revulsion in us?
4.Why do we cry and why do we laugh? Also, why do we sleep?
5.Why do we feel disturbed when someone dislikes us?
6.Why do we dream to achieve a goal?
7.What makes us to bring an unsecured and unsatisfied feeling even after achieving something that we wanted?
8.And someone might have questions like - what is life? Is there a creator?
9. Also, why do we sleep, eat, respire, reproduce?

Think, Think and Think. Go to basics again, an external energy source is required to excite. It is the forces of Nature do all works.

To answer the above or any questions that you may have, understanding and functioning of our own Mind is necessary and once we understand our own mind, self realization becomes easier and we understand the truth, we overcome the wrong belief that we have developed in our mind and later we can understand the GOD and the force of nature acting on us. Understanding God s very simple, since our mind is complex, we are not able to understand who is the GOD. Hence, I request the readers to read the article many times, think yourself closing your eyes ("Who are you"), Why have you taken birth in this world of dualities. What is the purpose of life. What is your goal. What is truth.

Every animal you can think of -- mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, amphibians -- all have brains. But the human brain is unique. It gives us the power to think, plan, speak, imagine.

When I speak about Mind, I wish to first say that Mind is different from Brain. Mind co-ordinates with the organ brain to perform various tasks.

Mind is the most powerful thing in the world. Almost all our agonies and pains are due to feelings (emotions) in our mind. An uncontrolled mind also gets constantly torn apart by various emotions, viz. likes, dislikes, love, hatred, jealousy, revenge, anger, grief, pride, fear etc. It is the mind which sees, hears, smells etc through respective sense organs and through the mechanism of the brain.

Note that nothing in this universe can affect or frighten you, unless your mind allows itself to be affected. Such is the power of mind.

But emotions disturb the balanced state of mind. In medical terminology, the same thing is explained in the form of balance between two components of autonomous nervous system, namely sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

As we have studied during our college days that Brain is an organ of human body which performs an incredible number of tasks:

It controls body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate and breathing.
It accepts a flood of information about the world around you from your various senses (eyes, ears, nose, etc.).
It handles physical motion when walking, talking, standing or sitting.
It lets you think, dream, reason and experience emotions.
Brain is designed in such a way that it always tries to maintain the balance between these two components of nervous system. It is this reactions between positive and negative emotions in brain that trigger pulses and secrete hormones accordingly which in turn helps for your body movements and functioning of body organs. In chemical term for example - reactions between positive and negative ions generate electricity used to run electric/electronic appliance.

Similarly potential difference between emotions generated in Brain helps to generate pulses in Brain and every organ in human body require pulses for its functioning. If there is no emotions, there is no pulses or power and your body is dead. It is the mind which feels the pleasure or pains of the body and not the body. If the mind is disconnected from the body, body will feel no pain.

It is by virtue of brain, which tries to maintain this balance automatically. You can experience this mechanism in brain in day today life at every moment. When there are negative emotions around you, brain automatically generates positive emotions, so that a balance is maintained.

Simple example: Consider if you are suffering from financial problems with lots financial issues concerning you, it is by virtue of your Mind (organ-brain) which automatically develops the positive emotions within and makes you feel happy by some sort of in-built mechanism. To generate the positive emotions, it may make you day dream - like wining a lottery, you establishing a big organization, you making lots of money, you buying a big house/car, you becoming a hero in a movie, a big business man and so on. But the positive emotions generated in your Brain is not the reality, this is generated to maintain the balance to the triggered negative emotions. The balance scientifically is necessary to run your body to generate the pulses required for various body functioning mentioned above under tasks performed by brain.

In whatever condition, you will not be able to escape from this automatic balance in your mind. Brain automatically maintains the balance to whatever triggered negative or positive emotions. You will feel pleasure or pain in this process due to the emotions generated and once the process of balancing is completed, you generate other emotions and the process continues till you die. On the whole process of balancing, the reactions between emotions, brain provides power to the body organs to act, utilizing the energy cells in your body.

Just close your eyes, take a deep breath and think the questions that you have and again think - WHY is this? What is the purpose of life? What is the purpose of life, not only for you, but for all the living beings around you.

So question again will be: ---- why are the emotions generated, why do you love or dislike an individual, why do we feel pain and pleasure, why do we dream to achieve a goal, why do we feel disturbed when someone dislikes us. If the brain by virtue maintains the balance, why this balance gets disturbed, who generates this emotions or disturbs the balance. There should be some eternal force that is attracting or rejecting the spirit in you. Bhagvad Gita reveals this ultimate truth for all living beings. It is by virtue of GOD that only man can understand this truth, since only human brain is unique. It gives us the power to think, plan, speak, imagine. We have achieved this sacred human birth after passing from different species from thousands of years of evolution. In this human birth, we can imagine, search the truth for life and act.

The Gita deals with the most sacred metaphysical science. It imparts the knowledge of the Self and answers two universal questions: Who am I, and how can I lead a happy and peaceful life in this world of dualities. Every human being faces dilemmas, big and small, in their everyday life when performing their duties. The main objective of the Gita is to help people struggling in the darkness of ignorance and help them to reach the spiritual shore of liberation while living and working in the society.

The most nine basic needs for any humans as described by mind experts are mentioned below:

v Security
v Adventure
v Freedom
v Exchange
v Power
v Expansion
v Acceptance
v Community
v Expression

Each person would try his best for seeing that they get their own needs met, not something that is fulfilled by another person. People who share the same needs will feel a connection or common bond. These needs develop action in you (Jiva) which has both negative and positive aspects.

Mind experts explain with examples on how these above needs manifests for different people:

Having lots of money in the bank - Security Need

Having a planned savings/retirement program - Security Need

Having a secure job- Security Need

Having a house, home and family - Security Need

Being the center of the office network - Community need

Participating in classes, groups, clubs - Community need

Going to a shopping mall or concert just to be around large groups of people - Community need

Expressing through the Internet (creating web sites, writing newsletters, creating graphic art, stating opinions) - Expression need

Creating art in all forms (painting, jewelry, crafts, interior design, graphic design, furniture design, architecture) - Expression need

Acting in movies, plays or local theaters - Expression need

Being accepted as a valuable member of a family group - Acceptance Need

Being accepted into a club or group - Acceptance Need

Building a company - Expansion need

Building a personal or political empire- Expansion need

Managing a company, a division or a department - Expansion need

Becoming a leader in a civic organization or professional group - Acceptance Need

Any desire that arise in you (Jiva) to perform or fulfill your needs and make you act is the due to the attraction from the Eternal Spirit ---- Bhagvad Gita.

The eternal spirit is the source (God) and you are his part separated from the spirit.

Know that all creatures have evolved from this twofold energy that you have in you and the Supreme Spirit is the source of this energy.

Scientifically, this is true for all objects - Electrons in the atom act with Nucleus as the central force.

Note: All the living beings are made from carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen atoms. But there should be some energy(spirit) to create life using these atoms or molecules to makeup the form that we currently are.

Looking at atomic theory, similar force is faced by the energy (Spirit, soul) in you. In spiritual context, GOD is the nucleus and electrons are the energy parts that has created life in all the living beings. The central force from GOD makes us to act. This is the force from the GOD which makes all the living beings to act, struggle, dream, to move forward.

Scientists believe that cosmic energy showers in about millions years ago might have created life in this earth from big-bang theory. The life has evolved from minute microbes, bacteria, so on to life in water, amphibians, mammals.

Once the life is created, we find that, every spirit or life in this earth struggle for there existence. They act, struggle to move forward. The action comes due to the force from the main source of energy as mentioned in the above example.

The force from the GOD always tries attract the energy (soul) in you for unification. The individual soul associating with the six sensory faculties (hearing, touch, sight, taste, smell, and mind) develops attachments and aversions (called as emotions) or some chemicals in scientific term in his mind (organ-Brain) from the sense objects and this make the spirit (Jiva) associated with name, fame, body, power, designation and so on.

Important : To understand the above spiritual science, you can try a simple experiment on Self realization: Just close your eyes for 60 secs and try your best to forget all the attachments and aversions (needs) that you have in your mind. During the process, you feel that you some how get attracted towards one or the other aversions and you will not be able to stabilize the mind at one location.

With your best effort in conscious mind, we feel so many forces acting on mind and just think under normal condition.

With this experiment, you can realize the presence of spirit (I) and i.e. you and the forces acting on them towards different directions (Maya). Due attachments and aversions from the sense objects, the spirit (Jiva) is associated with name, fame, body, power, designation and so on. This delusion is called as Maya DELUSIVE Power. The experience in Maya delusive world, develops needs or desires accordingly. This may be different to different individuals.

The forces of Nature do all works. But due to delusion of ignorance, it makes us to assume that we are the doer

The one who knows the truth about the role of the forces of Nature in getting work done does not become attached to the work. Such a person knows that it is the forces of Nature that get their work done by using our organs as their instruments.

Lord Krishna said: The individual soul (Jiva, energy) in the body of living beings is the integral part of the universal Spirit, or consciousness. The individual soul associates with the six sensory faculties perception and activates them. The inherent power of cognition and desire of Eternal Being (Spirit) is called the nature of Eternal Being. The creative power of Eternal Being (or Spirit) that causes manifestation of the living entity is called Karma.

A person whose mind is unperturbed by sorrow, who does not crave pleasures, and who is completely free from attachment, fear, and anger, is called an enlightened sage of steady intellect.

The one who sees the same eternal Supreme Lord dwelling as Spirit equally within all mortal beings truly sees Lord.

Those who are free from pride and delusion, who have conquered the evil of attachment, who are constantly dwelling in the Supreme Being with all lust completely stilled, who are free from dualities of pleasure and pain; such wise ones reach Lord's Supreme Abode.

Filled with insatiable desires, hypocrisy, pride, and arrogance; holding wrong views due to delusion; they act with impure motives.

The one who completely renounces the selfish attachment to the fruits of all works is considered a renunciation to supreme spirit. To attain this, one must learn to give up lust, anger, greed, and establish mastery over the six senses (hearing, touch, sight, taste, smell, and mind) by the purified intellect. One should always remember that all works are done by the energy of nature and that he or she is not the doer but only an instrument. One must strive for excellence in all undertakings but maintain equanimity in success and failure, gain and loss, and pain and pleasure.

Author's Bio: 

Arvind Bhagwath is Electronics and Telecommunications engineer by profession and author for scientific articles related to creation of life, forces that make them act.

He also worked as Technology Faculty and Yoga instructor in one of India's leading networking institute. He has over 10 years of IT experience in software development, website creation and other IT Innovations.

His main interests are science, truth behind life(energy and forces that actually created life).

"Every human being faces dilemmas, big or small in their everyday life when performing their duties and every one must note that nothing in this universe can affect or frighten us, unless our mind allows itself to be affected. This is the power of mind. "

A strong mind can overcome all agonies and pains, since we all know that --It is the mind which feels the emotions, viz . likes, dislikes, love, hatred, jealousy, revenge, anger, grief, pride, fear etc.

To have a strong mind, self realization is necessary. For self realization, understanding the truth behind life is necessary.

The main objective of Gita Truth is to help people struggling in the darkness of ignorance and help them to reach the spiritual shore of liberation while living and working in the society.

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