|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 29: Bhakti-yoga|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.29.34
martyo yadā tyakta-samasta-karmā
niveditātmā vicikīrṣito me
mayātma-bhūyāya ca kalpate vai
martyaḥ — a mortal; yadā — when; tyakta — having given up; samasta — all; karmā — his fruitive activities; nivedita-ātmā — having offered his very self; vicikīrṣitaḥ — desirous of doing something special; me — for Me; tadā — at that time; amṛtatvam — immortality; pratipadyamānaḥ — in the process of attaining; mayā — with Me; ātma-bhūyāya — for equal opulence; ca — also; kalpate — he becomes qualified; vai — indeed.
A person who gives up all fruitive activities and offers himself entirely unto Me, eagerly desiring to render service unto Me, achieves liberation from birth and death and is promoted to the status of sharing My own opulences.
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