|The performance of one's own duty is worship of Him from Whom has emanated all beings, and by Whom all this is pervaded, and by such worships a man attains the goal.
Better is one's own duty, though unhonoured, than the work of another even if well performed. He who does the work indicated by his own nature incurs no sin.
The work to which you are born, though involving defects, ought not to be abandoned. All undertakings, indeed, are clouded by defects as fire by smoke.
He who holds his inner Spirit unbound, whatever he may do, whose self is well-controlled and who is free from desire, attains by such renunciation that supreme goal which is the aim of renunciation of action.