RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | SELECTIONS | PART 3
|| 18 | DESCRIPTION OF THE TOPIC
OF ALL PENTADS TO BE DISCARDED ||
RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | VERSE 46
There is no thing of the
nature of cause and effect .
There is no doubt about this .
Likewise , there is no < : discrete : >
doer , enjoyer , or activity ;
there is no thing to be enjoyed ;
nor is there the satisfaction of enjoyment .
RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | VERSE 47
ALL IS BRAHMAN .
There is no doubt of this .
The term " all " is not real .
The " past " , the " future " , and the " present "
— as well as activity — are ever nonexistent .
RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | VERSE 49
There is no thing in the least .
There is no thing of which to speak ,
no thing of talk at all .
There is no thing at all
of strength or weakness
or " you " or " I " .
RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | VERSE 50
Neither is there any thing to be grasped ;
Nor is there any one to grasp .
There is never any thing to be disregarded .
For the Self there are neither
holy rivers nor any form of ablution ,
neither gods nor worship of gods .
RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | VERSE 52
There are no progenitors
or bodies in the least .
There is neither
the form of the seer
nor the form of the seen .
There is nothing in the least here .
RIBHU GITA | CHAPTER 18 | VERSE 53
The effects of delusion or
the existence of any delusion
is not here in the least — not in the least .
Knowledge or differences of knowledge
are not here in the least — not in the least .
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