When we die nothing
When we die nothing can be taken with us but the seeds of our life’s work and our spiritual knowledge.
A faithful man who is dedicated to transcendental knowledge and who subdues his senses is eligible to achieve such knowledge, andhaving achieved it he quickly attains the supreme spiritual peace. (4.39)
Friendship Sometimes Stops In The Middle To Ask What It Has Gained And What It Has Lost. Then It Realises That It Has Gained Lifes Joys And Lost Lifes Sorrows.
And that knowledge by which one is attached to one kind of work as the all in all, without knowledge of the truth, and which isvery meager, is said to be in the mode of darkness. (18.22)
One is understood to be in full knowledge whose every endeavor is devoid of desire for sense gratification. He is said by sages tobe a worker for whom the reactions of work have been burned up by the fire of perfect knowledge. (4.19)
Knowledge, the object of knowledge, and the knower are the three factors that motivate action; the senses, the work and the doerare the three constituents of action. (18.18)
O chastiser of the enemy, the sacrifice performed in knowledge is better than the mere sacrifice of material possessions. Afterall, O son of Prtha, all sacrifices of work culminate in transcendental knowledge. (4.33)
One who is in knowledge of the Absolute Truth, O mighty-armed, does not engage himself in the senses and sense gratification,knowing well the differences between work in devotion and work for fruitive results. (3.28)
That knowledge by which one undivided spiritual nature is seen in all living entities, though they are divided into innumerableforms, you should understand to be in the mode of goodness. (18.20)
A person who is fully absorbed in Krishna consciousness is sure to attain the spiritual kingdom because of his full contributionto spiritual activities, in which the consummation is absolute and that which is offered is of the same spiritual nature. (4.24)