Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 5 - Verse 20

na prahrishyet priyam prapya nodvijet prapya capriyam
sthira-buddhir asammudho brahma-vid brahmani sthitah

Translation: 

Being situated in the Absolute Truth, having fixed intelligence and being devoid of ignorance, one who knows the Supreme never rejoices when he attains pleasant things, nor laments upon obtaining unpleasant things.

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Commentary: 
In verse fifteen the word vibhu has been translated as Supreme Spirit. Vibhu literally means ‘omnipresent’ and this refers to Shri Krishna, the Supreme Conscious Being. When consciousness is omnipresent the conclusion is that it is omniscient also. Omniscience and omnipresence denote Krishna. Arjuna however, and other living beings of his status, are called anu or finite. Krishna, the Absolute Truth, is infinite and the living beings are finite. ...continue reading »

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