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It's my view that in the United States, we frequently use the phrase "duty bound" to describe when we have no choice in the matter at hand. There are two different ideas of obligation in the US and at Hinduism. The idea of duty in the usa society is similar to errands, and looked at as necessary tools to accomplish an objective. One's duties change throughout one's lifetime in US society as they assume various roles like being a kid, a student, an adult, and a parent. But, "One's duty in life is one's dharma. This essentially means you have to live by your inner Truth rather than our selfish desires. One should do one's duty" Dharma is regarded as a tool to reestablish ones wants to attain the unity of yourself with Vishnu, but obligation in the US functions as a tool to live life better. The reason as to why they finish their duty or dharma is the main difference in both societies. Arjuna and Krishna's, the incarnation of Vishnu, are the central characters in the Gita. In the Gita Arjuna learns what dharma is for him personally and portrays that this life lesson to all other Hindus too. Arjuna.