Action, Inaction and Wrong Action

From verse 16 to verse 22 we see Krishna throwing light on action, inaction
and wrong action. Action?that is to say, true action?is not just to move
our legs and heads. Action is self-giving. Action is to abandon attachment.
Action is to bring the senses under control. Wrong action is to dance with
desire. Wrong action is to disobey one?s inner being. Wrong action is to
swerve from the path of truth, esoteric and exoteric.<br>
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In common belief inaction is tantamount to inertia, sloth and so forth. But
true inaction is to throw oneself into ceaseless activities while keeping
the conscious mind in a state of sublime tranquility or trance.<br>
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Sri Chinmoy