In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna explains that the wise man or woman embodies Nish-Kama-Karma or passionless activity – in the sense that they act without being motivated by the fruits of action. Sometimes our expectations can be subtle or disguised. There is an easy clue that lets us know that we have an expectation of a result – it’s called disappointment. We can only experience disappointment when we have already made an appointment with an outcome in the first place. Where do you get hung up with expectations and what will it take for you to let go of them, and live a life of Nish-kama-Karma – what can you specifically commit to?

Please give this quote serious and substantive consideration. I am not interested in theories about this quote – what is your direct experience
of what I am sharing!

I look forward to your insights!