15. B.Gita- II,48- Accepting situations

Established in yoga (this attitude), O Dhananjaya, perform action, giving up attachment (towards anticipated results), remaining the same towards success and failure. This sameness of mind is called yoga. Bhagavad Gita II, 48

Results of actions or situations coming to us are not always to what we had envisaged them to be. How one can have a certain balanced attitude, a relative composure (samatvam) in receiving the results of action or the difficult situations that we encounter in our life ? How does this attitude enable us to respond to them effectively and act with more objectivity?

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