How does Krishna upholds the Vedic view of supporting the world while also accommodating the world-denying view?
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Krishna illustrates the way in which the monistic and dualistic views of the world are compatible. He explains how noble, worldly actions are actually capable of propelling an individual toward cosmic assimilation. Krisha cites the idea of Saguna Brahman.... a Personal God and urges Arjuna to unify his wisdom and devotion. He tells Arunja that he doesn't need to turn his back of worldly things in order to fulfill Dharma.