and various are the sacrifices thus spread out in the Vedas for the
aspirant to chase. Know that all these come-from action; knowing
this you can free yourself from bond-age.
Better than ritualistic sacrifice that is performed with various articles prescribed there is the sacrifice the chief ingredient of which is right knowledge. All prescribed actions attain their complete fulfilment only in true knowledge.
Jnana manifests itself in the cultivation of a detached attitude in all work. Jnana is not fully expressed by "knowledge" or "wisdom." It involves a complete transformation of oneself in accordance with the truth that is seen. Such transformation results from and at the same time leads to progressive realisation of one's unity with the rest of the world and of the whole world with God. Action becomes free and sinless once the motive of action is freed from selfish aims.