18.61 A fool often shows aversion towards his belongings, but for him whose attachment to the
body has dropped away, there is neither attachment nor aversion.
18.62 The mind of the fool is always caught in an opinion about becoming or avoiding
something, but the wise man's nature is to have no opinions about becoming and avoiding.
18.63 For the seer who behaves like a child, without desire in all actions, there is no attachment
for such a pure one even in the work he does.
18.64 Blessed is he who knows himself and is the same in all states, with a mind free from
craving whether he is seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling or tasting.
18.65 There is no man subject to samsara, sense of individuality, goal or means to the goal for
the wise man who is always free from imaginations, and unchanging as space.