Bhagavad Gita Chapter 5 Teachings

They whose budhi and mind are wholly merged in That, who remain rooted in the Supreme, and have finally become one with Him, they go whence there is no return, their sins dispelled by wisdom.

Sages look with an equal eye on a Brahmin, adorned with learning and humility, or a person who follows Adharma, or a cow, or an elephant and even on a dog.

With buddhi firm and not bewildered, abiding in God, the knower of Brahman neither rejoices on obtaining what is pleasant nor sorrows on obtaining what is painful.

Unattached to external contacts and finding joy in the Atman, the yoga yukta, who is in union with God, enjoys bliss imperishable.