‘Finally one suffers because hePunya orPaapa.
Punya or Paapa is acquired because of performance of Actions, both Good and Bad.
So I have decided not to act, perform any act’
So no Punya,Paapa,no rebirth ‘Suffering or Death’
Krishna smiles and tells him,
‘May be you are right.
But facts seem to be otherwise.
No one can remain doing Nothing.
If you mean by sitting quiet means you do not perform an action, you are mistakes.
Your very Perception affects the Perceived , both Animate and Inanimate(This point has been proved by Quantum, please read my Post )
You have to eat.
What you eat has Life.
While breathing you inhale and many Organisms die.
One can not avoid performing actions.
Because it is the Swabhava, Nature.
Look at Me.
There is Nothing in the World that I need for the World is in Me and me in the World.
Yet I perform actions.
So none can help doing what he does’
On this Nature of Man, scientists have determined that racist tendencies are embedded in the Brain.
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In a number of classic studies, research subjects are asked to complete a seemingly simple task, such as watching words pop up on a screen and quickly categorizing those words as either positive, like “happy,” or negative, like “fear.”
But right before the word appears, a face, either black or white, flashes on the screen. “What we find over and over again in the literature,” explains Amodio, “is that if a black person’s face was shown really quickly, then people are quicker at categorizing negative words than positive words that follow it. Versus if a white face was shown really quickly, people are usually quicker to categorize the positive words, compared with the negative words.”
These types of biases are quite prevalent.According to a research summary by Stanford University’s Recruitment to Expand Diversity and Excellence program, “about 75% of whites and Asians demonstrated an implicit bias in favor of whites compared to blacks.”
In other words, despite your best intentions, you might be a little bit racist. (Similar unconscious biases have been documented in people’s views of those of different genders, the elderly, and other groups.)
And why do these split-second negative responses exist?
The underlying problem is that our brains have evolved to see patterns in things that are complex, and to categorize the world in order to simplify it.
Thus, when we encounter another person, our brains rapidly and subconsciously try to figure out if he or she is friend or foe: in-group or out-group.