Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 14 - Verse 27

brahmano hi pratishthaham amritasyavyayasya ca
shashvatasya ca dharmasya sukhasyaikantikasya ca

Translation: 

I am the foundation of the immortal, imperishable Brahman, who is the basis of eternal dharma and supreme bliss.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
The symptoms of one who is free from the modes of nature are herein described. Such a person is equally disposed to the dualities of the material world. Such a person is not affected by happiness and distress because he knows the temporary nature of both. The liberated person is content in the cultivation of the self and is not motivated by wealth or distressed by poverty. He sees gold, dirt or a simple stone as the same (sama-loshtashma-kancanah). He is wise, considering infamy and honor the same and has no enemies, as he is impartial to both friends and foes. ...continue reading »

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