a Living example of Spiritual Nationalism
Vivekananda Kendra Patrika2
àjahait yda kaman! svaR n! svaR n! pawR mnaegtan! ,
AaTmNyevaTmna tuò> iSwtà}StdaeCyte.
Prajahaati yadaa kaamaan sarvaanpaartha manogataanAatmanyevaatmanaa tushtah sthitaprajnastadocyate (2-55)O Parthaa, when a person gives up all the desires as they appear in the mind,and is happy in oneself, with oneself alone, that person is said to be one of ascertained knowledge.
Ê>oe:vnu iÖ¶mna> su oe;u ivgTSp& h>,
ivtragÉy³aex> iSwtxImu R inéCyte.
Duhkhesvanudvignamanaah sukhesu vigatasprahahVitaraagabhayakrodhah sthitadhirmunirucyate (2-56)The one who is not, affected by adversities, who is without yerning forpleasures, and is free from longing, fear, and anger is said to be a wise personwhose knowledge remains.
y> svR ÇaniÉõehStÄTàaPy zu Éazu bm! ,
naiÉnNdit n Öei:t tSy à}a àitiòta.
Yah sarvatraanabhisnehastattatpraapya subhaasubhamNaabhinandati na dvesti tasya prajna pratisthitaa (2-57)
For the one who is unattached in all situations, who neither rejoices on gainingthe preasant nor hates the unpleasant, his knowledge is well established- Bhagavad Gita, Ch.2