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Gita 10.28 The life that emerges from love manifests the divine
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Chaitanya Charan is both a scholar of the Gita and a practitioner of bhakti-yoga, which the Gita recommends, so his insights are based on personal experience and realization. He is also knowledgeable in science, psychology, sociology, politics, economics, philosophy, and many other fields, and he expertly applies the wisdom of the Gita with reference to these perspectives. He is also witty and adept with words, as seen in his pithy, provocative titles, such as “Expecting the default to change by default is a dangerous fault,” “Resting on our laurels? No resting! Not our laurels!” and the enigmatic “Cry, Vie, Lie, Die, Fie—Tie.”