Grandpa got up every morning and chanted the Bhagavad Gita. At the same time his grandson stood up and read his school books. One day, he tried to recite the Bhagavad-Gita, imitating his grandson's grandfather. Did not understand. A few days later, the grandson said, "I tried to read Grandpa Bhagavad Gita's book. But I did not understand anything. Grandfather said, "These are texts that should be read, though not understood, or memorized." The grandson said, "What is the benefit of reading an unintelligible scripture?"
Grandpa thought for a moment and said, "I will answer the question yesterday. Before that you have a job. The corn in the kitchen is full of charcoal. Empty it. The river is flowing nearby. Come fill the jars with water." The grandson emptied the jar. The charcoal was black because of the charcoal. He took it and went to the river. Dip the corn into the water and fill it with water and rush to the house.
All the water was leaking from the house because of the cloth. The grandson said to his grandfather, "It is difficult to bring water in the maize. Heard that. Grandfather said, "I don't want water. The grandson once again ran into the river, filling the water with the corn and coming home again, all running out. Grandpa said, "Go back. Take water in the corn. Come on." The grandson ran back into the river. A rare grandson, he kept his grandfather talking, without protesting. This took place ten times. But water was not brought into the corn.
The grandson said, "Grandpa! Even if I tried for ten to ten times, the water would not be brought in the corn. "It is true that the water is going to leak out. No worries. He said. When we went to the river for the first time, the corn was black in charcoal. It was white corn for blacksmiths as they were filling up the river ten times now! That means all the dirt was gone and clean! Then the grandfather said, "Reading the Bhagavad-Gita may not be understood, read and memorized, but the intellect of the reader is cleansed.
Contemplation: All scriptures are the principles that make life a god. While they may not understand it at the right time, they lead us into our own realm.