3. All actions arise from God, the real doer. Hence, all actions must be offered to God, taking no credit for their outcomes. - Deepstash

3. All actions arise from God, the real doer. Hence, all actions must be offered to God, taking no credit for their outcomes.

Both the Upanishads and the Bhagavadgita affirm that all actions arise from God only.We merely share his duties and responsibilities and cannot claim the doership,or the outcome of any action.Knowing it, a devout Hindu does not take credit for his successes or failures.He performs his duties without desires and expectations,renouncing doership and offering the fruit of his actions to God only.Further, he knows that he is his best friend when he lives responsibly and his worst enemy when he indulges in evil.Hence,he constantly remembers God as he performs his obligatory duties as an offering a

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