Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 - Verse 28

ayuktah prakritah stabdhah shatho naishkritiko’lasah
vishadi dirgha-sutri ca karta tamasa ucyate

Translation: 

Those who perform work in an undisciplined manner, those who are coarse, stubborn, unscrupulous, offensive, lazy, bad-tempered and procrastinate are said to be in the mode of ignorance.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
Herein, actions in goodness, passion and ignorance are described. When one looks at the world today, bearing in mind the different modes of action and their characteristics, then it is no wonder that the planet is in such a state of conflict, inflation, depression, economic despair, confusion and denial. When people are busy exercising their over-inflated egos, acting unscrupulously and violently toward their fellow human beings and animals, how are we to expect any improvement in the world? How can there be peace? ...continue reading »

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