Even the wise call him a sage, whose undertakings are all free from
desire and thoughts of the world, and whose actions are burnt up by the
fire of wisdom. He who, having totally given up attachment to actions
and their fruit, no longer depends on the world, and is ever satisfied,
does nothing at all, though fully engaged in action. Actions do not bind
him who has dedicated all his actions to God, whose doubts have been
torn to shreds by wisdom, and who is self-possessed.