18.21 There is neither joy nor sorrow for one who has transcended samsara. He lives always
with a peaceful mind and as if without a body.
18.22 He whose joy is in himself, and who is peaceful and pure within has no desire for
renunciation or sense of loss in anything.
18.23 For the man with a naturally empty mind, doing just as he pleases, there is no such thing
as pride or false humility, as there is for the natural man.
18.24 This action was done by the body but not by me. The pure-natured person thinking like
this, is not acting even when acting.
18.25 He who acts without being able to say why, but not because he is a fool, he is one
liberated while still alive, happy and blessed. He thrives even in samsara.