Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 2 - Verse 15

yam hi na vyathayanty-ete purusham purusharshabha
sama-duhkha-sukham dhiram so’mritatvaya kalpate

Translation: 

O most virtuous one, a sober man who is equipoised in both pleasure and pain and remains undisturbed is certainly qualified for liberation.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
Arjuna is lamenting for the loss of the body, but Shri Krishna does not approve of his lamentation and reminds Arjuna that all living beings are eternal. Krishna says that He, Arjuna and all those present on the field of battle are eternal personalities – they have existed eternally in the past and they will exist eternally in the future. ...continue reading »

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