Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 - Verse 22

yat tu kritsnavad ekasmin karye saktam ahaitukam
atattvarthavad alpam ca tat tamasam udahritam

Translation: 

That knowledge by which one is attached to one kind of activity, that is without any truth and based upon trivial pursuits is known as knowledge in the mode of ignorance.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
Knowledge, as previously explained, means to understand the difference between matter and consciousness. Those whose knowledge is pure and uncontaminated see individual consciousness as parts and parcels of the undivided Super Consciousness, as present in all species and as transmigrating from one body to the next, life after life. In other words, the same atma may be present in one life in the body of an elephant or a tiger, and in the next life in the body of a human being. There are no elephant, tiger or animal atmas as distinguished from human atmas. ...continue reading »

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