|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 25: The Three Modes of Nature and Beyond|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.25.27
sāttviky ādhyātmikī śraddhā
karma-śraddhā tu rājasī
tāmasy adharme yā śraddhā
mat-sevāyāḿ tu nirguṇā
sāttvikī — in the mode of goodness; ādhyātmikī — spiritual; śraddhā — faith; karma — in work; śraddhā — faith; tu — but; rājasī — in the mode of passion; tāmasī — in the mode of ignorance; adharme — in irreligion; yā — which; śraddhā — faith; mat-sevāyām — in My devotional service; tu — but; nirguṇā — transcendental.
Faith directed toward spiritual life is in the mode of goodness, faith rooted in fruitive work is in the mode of passion, faith residing in irreligious activities is in the mode of ignorance, but faith in My devotional service is purely transcendental.
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