|He who has firmly realised unity and worships Me as abiding in all beings, howsoever he be engaged, is a Yogi and abides in Me.
When the understanding enables one to see an immutable oneness in all beings, and an undivided whole in all the manifold shapes, know that to be the true Light.
The Gita lays down the highest ideals
of self-control and realisation of all-embracing oneness. It is not
mere philosopher's amusement, but an earnest appeal to men and women
to shape their lives according to its teaching and to do so at once.
The Gita teaching is for the young as well as for the old; for the
most bury man of action as for those who have done with the turmoil
of life. The Gita is a book for all time, no doubt; but even like
other holy books, which are for all time, its words must yet be read
on the background of the social order of the time and place wherein
the book was written.