“Taking someone’s life is inherently immoral, and the act of killing a relative is deemed even more sinful. Arjuna found himself in a profound moral dilemma, questioning the value of victory achieved through such a heinous deed. He realized that such a victory would bring him no true joy, as he would have lost all those who held significance in his life.
Detachment from worldly possessions is certainly a commendable virtue. However, Arjuna’s inner turmoil was driven by compassion and his deep attachments to his relatives. These were not born from spiritual sentiments, which impart peace, harmony, and true happiness to the soul. Instead, Arjuna’s predicament left him disillusioned, confused, and struggling to maintain control over his body and mind.”