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There is no existence for the unreal – Gita



He by whom the world is not agitated and who cannot be agitated by the world, who is free from joy and envy, fear and anxiety — he is dear to Me. (Gita XII. 15)

For the sage wishing to attain the state of yoga, work is said to be the way. Once he has attained the state of yoga, quietude is said to be the way. (Gita VI. 3)

He is fit to attain immortality who is serene and not afflicted by the sensations, but is the same in pleasure and pain. (Gita II. 15)

There is no existence for the unreal and the real can never be non-existent. (Gita II. 16)

The bodies are perishable. But the dweller in these bodies is eternal, indestructible and impenetrable. (Gita II. 17)