Certainly then, we realise that uplifting the undeveloped sectors of our globe is but very necessary. Then we would like them to enjoy the comforts of life, the sense pleasures, intellectual thrill and excitements at the same time not succumbing to the ills of hypersensitivity. Such conflicts need greater insights into the secret of action.
We think of our seflishness, our tacties we used in exploiting others to amass wealth and harness our ego. We regret for our actions. We think that we are suffering due to this selfishness. Religious teachings may attract us. We resort to better, more cultured, selfless ways of work. This is the third phase in our lives the sattva. We change our motives. To help others, do good to others become the driving force to action. Sharing our wealth, controllin g our senses and showing compassion and love to others constitute our actions. We derive great satisfaction and happiness in performing good actions. Soon there arise such situations which bring conflict between one good actionand an other. We start questioning what is good and what is bad. Unable to get an answer, we get confused. We no more want to act. This tune relinquishing action is at the sattva level.
Karma Yoga offers us the secret of conflict resolution. Karma Yoga offers a total solution. Int he first phase of growth. This we need to shatter the tamas, remove the resistance to action, both physical and mental. Then we need to overcome the problems of Rajas, the stresses and tennous manage the most difficult situations as fire fighting with ease and not get lost. And then resolve all conflicts that arise on our way towards achieving the goal.
Thus it is evident that running away from action is no solution either from the view point of accepted logic to achieve material success in life or from the stand point of Sastras aiming at the achievement of the highest state of naiskarmya featured by bliss, knowledge, freedom and power. And the inevitability of action is established.