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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.26.27
santo 'napekṣā mac-cittāḥ
santaḥ — the saintly devotees; anapekṣāḥ — not dependent on anything material; mat-cittāḥ — who have fixed their minds on Me; praśāntāḥ — completely peaceful; sama-darśinaḥ — endowed with equal vision; nirmamaḥ — free from possessiveness; nirahańkārāḥ — free from false ego; nirdvandvāḥ — free from all dualities; niṣparigrahāḥ — free from greed.
My devotees fix their minds on Me and do not depend upon anything material. They are always peaceful, endowed with equal vision, and free from possessiveness, false ego, duality and greed.
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