The individual who truly loves the soul and is fully satisfied with the soul and finds utter contentment in the soul alone, for him no duty exists. Therefore, always conscientiously perform good material actions, and spiritual actions without attachment, by doing all actions without attachment one attains the highest.- Bhagavad Gita 3:17-18

Your human right is for activities only, never for the resultant fruits of actions. Let not the fruits of action be your motive, nor let your attachment be to inaction – Bhagavad Gita 2:47

Perform all actions forsaking attachment (to their fruits), being indifferent to success and failure. This mental evenness is termed Yoga – Bhagavad Gita 2:48

Ordinary action(performed with desire) is greatly inferior to action united to the guidance of wisdom; therefore seek shelter in the ever-directing wisdom. Miserable are those who perform actions only for their fruits. -Bhagavad Gita 2:49

Actionlessness is not attained by simply avoiding actions. By forsaking work no one reaches perfection.- Bhagavad Gita 3:4

Perform those actions that are obligatory, for action is better than inactivity; even simple maintenance of the body would be impossible through inaction.- Bhagavad Gita 3:8

Worldly people are Karmically bound by activities that defer from those performed as Yajna (religious rites); Labor non attached, in the spirit of Yajna, offering actions as obligations- Bhagavad Gita 3:9

The individual who truly loves the soul and is fully satisfied with the soul and finds utter contentment in the soul alone, for him no duty exists. Therefore, always conscientiously perform good material actions, and spiritual actions without attachment, by doing all actions without attachment one attains the highest.- Bhagavad Gita 3:17-18

Like unto the lotus leaf that remains unsullied by the water, the yogi who performs actions, forswearing attachment and surrendering his actions to the infinite, remains unbound by entanglement in the senses- Bhagavad Gita 5:10

When dutiful action is performed solely because it should be done, forsaking attachment to it and its fruit, that renunciation is considered Sattvic. -Bhagavad Gita 18:9

It is truly impossible for an embodied being to abandon actions completely, but he who relinquishes the fruit of actions is called renunciant. -Bhagavad Gita 18:11

Bhagavad Gita Right Action Quotes
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