As the blazing fire reduces wood to ashes, similarly, the fire of Self-knowledge reduces all Karma to ashes.
I am the fraud of the gambler; I am the splendor of the splendid; I am victory [of the victorious]; I am resolution [of the resolute]; I am the goodness of the good.
But they for whom I am the supreme goal, who do all work renouncing self for me and meditate on me with single-hearted devotion, these I will swiftly rescue from death's vast sea, for their consciousness has entered into me.
Hell has three gates: lust, anger, and greed.
Having enjoyed the wide world of heavenly sense pleasures they return to the mortal world upon exhaustion of their good Karma.
In battle, in the forest, at the precipice in the mountains, On the dark great sea, in the midst of javelins and arrows, In sleep, in confusion, in the depths of shame, The good deeds a man has done before defend him.
We have been told, O Krishna, that people whose family traditions are destroyed necessarily dwell in hell for a long time.
I desire neither victory nor pleasure nor kingdom, O Krishna. What is the use of the kingdom, or enjoyment, or even life?
In Karma-yoga no effort is ever lost, and there is no harm. Even a little practice of this discipline protects one from great fear [of birth and death].
The senses have been conditioned by attraction to the pleasant and aversion to the unpleasant: a man should not be ruled by them; they are obstacles in his path.
For the one who is moderate in eating, recreation, working, sleeping, and waking, this yoga [of meditation] destroys [all] sorrow.
Whatever I am offered in devotion with a pure heart - a leaf, a flower, fruit, or water - I accept with joy.
Even without your participation all the warriors standing arrayed in the opposing armies shall cease to exist.