Why should we be good? How should we be good? And how might we more deeply
understand the moral and ethical failings—splashed across today’s
headlines—that have not only destroyed individual lives but caused widespread
calamity as well, bringing communities, nations, and the global economy to the
brink of collapse?
In THE DIFFICULTY OF BEING GOOD, Gurcharan Das seeks answers to these questions
in an unlikely source: the 2,000 year-old Sanskrit epic, Mahabharata. A
sprawling, witty, ironic, and delightful poem, the Mahabharata is obsessed with
the elusive notion of dharma—in its most simplistic sense—doing the right
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