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(About Efforts, Mind, Self)

Little by little, through patience and repeated effort, the mind will become stilled in the Self.

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And when immorality prevails, O Krishna, the women of the family become corrupted when women are corrupted, social problems arise.

When thy reason has crossed the entanglements of illusion, then shalt thou become indifferent both to the philosophies thou hast heard and to those thou mayest yet hear.

One who does not hate any creature, who is friendly and compassionate, free from (the notion of) I'' and my'', even-minded in pain and pleasure, forgiving and The yogi who is ever content, who has subdued the mind, whose resolve is firm, whose mind and intellect are engaged in dwelling upon Me such a devotee is dear to Me.

The One who leaves the body, at the hour of death, remembering Me attains My abode. There is no doubt about this.

Therefore, resort to Karma-yoga and cut the ignorance-born doubt abiding in your heart by the sword of Self-knowledge, and get up (to fight), O Arjuna.

Thus handed down in succession the royal sages knew this (Karma-yoga). After a long time the science of Karma-yoga was lost from this earth.

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