Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13 - Verse 35

kshetra-kshetrajnayor evam antaram jnana-cakshusha
bhuta-prakriti-moksham ca ye vidur yanti te param

Translation: 

One who knows and sees the difference between the body and the self and who understands the process of liberation from material bondage, also attains the supreme goal.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
The Paramatma enters the material nature and makes all things possible within that nature, but He Himself is never contaminated. He is never in illusion, never under the influence of time, never subject to death or the reactions to work and the laws of material nature. Super Consciousness is always the Master of material nature and material nature is always subservient. ...continue reading »

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