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Oh Krishna Where Art Thou To quickly explain how I will go about writing this essay I will dedicate the first couple lines in doing so Since there is so much to write about I will pretend Im a member of one of the religions in question and flip through the book and pick at random a passage or two Then I will write about how I feel about that passage as if I was a member of that religion as I stated above This is generally how I will be answering the two questions asked of us in a single bodied essay Also whenever I am quoting passages of the Gita they will all be from the Barbara Stoler Miller translation Now I will begin Quickly flipping through the Gita I come to the opening verses of the seventh teaching which is entitled knowledge and judgment The verses I would like to focus on are 76-77 which go like this Learn that this is the wombNothing is higher than I am of all creaturesArjuna all that exists I am the source of all the universeis woven on me just as I am its dissolutionlike a web of pearls on thread If I was a Vedic Brahmin priest from the 6th century BCE I would quickly recognize that the first set of lines are very similar to what the Rg Veda 1090 is talking Ramos 2 about In the Rg Veda 1090 it talks about Purusha the cosmic being which is where all men came from Being a Vedic Priest I would recognize this through the lines I am the source of all the universe Also when the lines talk about the womb it just makes me think about a human body or Purusha The connection of the two would just be too easy for me to connect with each other Still speaking as a Vedic Priest the next passage of
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