...Just as Arjuna accepted The Bhagavad Gita without any cutting, so we too must accept The Bhagavad Gita without any cutting, interpretation, or whimsy. We should accept it as perfect knowledge, spoken by the Lord Himself. Only the Lord could have given this infallible knowledge. A living entity would not be able to.
A living being in the mundane world has four defects:
1. He is sure to commit mistakes;
2. He is sure to be illusioned;
3. He has a tendency to cheat; and
4. His senses are imperfect.
With these four defects, one cannot offer perfect information. But Vedic knowledge was imparted by God in the heart of Brahma, the first living being in our universe, who passed it down through his sons and disciples...