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Why does Krishna say he is not responsible for one's deeds yet he says he controls everything and is in everything?

I don't know why this so hard to understand. Let's assume you are a paralyzed person wearing neuralink who is looked after by a nurse in a hospital. Now if you want to drink juice you think of juice, ...
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Why does Krishna say he is not responsible for one's deeds yet he says he controls everything and is in everything?

Let's see how to understand this. 1. We have power, although limited. We know from experience that we are not gods. We can hardly control our own life, let alone create universes. This means that we ...
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