|The Supreme Lord said: The sages
call Sanyaasa as the renunciation of selfish work. The wise
define Tyaaga as the renunciation of attachment to the fruit of all work.
The embodied beings are unable to completely abstain from works.
Therefore, one who renounces the fruit of work is considered a Tyaagi
or renunciant. (18.11)
The sensual pleasures appear like nectar in the beginning, but become
like poison in the end. The sensual pleasures wear out the vigor of the
body and mind, and results in disease and suffering in the end.
Such pleasures must be avoided. (18.38)
All beings originate from, and are pervaded by Brahman.
Worshipping Him by performing one's duty for Him one attains nirvana.(18.46)