Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Verse 26

anye tv-evam ajanantah shrutvanyebhya upasate
te’pi catitaranty eva mrityum shruti-parayanah

Translation: 

There are also those that do not know these methods, but simply by hearing about Him from others, they engage in His worship. Because they have faith in what they have heard, they too transcend death.

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Commentary: 
It is described that both material nature (prakriti) and the living beings (jivatma or purusha) are without beginning (anadi). This means that material nature and the living beings exist as eternal energies of Shri Krishna before the process of creation takes place. The living being’s origin is in the tatastha, or marginal plane, before the onslaught of time. In this regard, the origin of the living beings and material nature are both anadi, or having no first cause. ...continue reading »

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