Bhagavad Gita Happiness Quotes
2:15 O best one among men (Arjuna), he who is not ruffled by these (contact of the senses) and remains even minded in happiness and suffering, he is eligible for liberation.
2:27 Death is certain for which is born, that which is dead must be born again. You should not lament about the unavoidable.
2:38 With even mindedness, treating happiness & distress, profit & loss, success & failure- engage in the battle, you will not incur sin that way.
2:45 Rise above the three attributes of material nature. Freed from the pairs of opposites, without the thought of gaining and keeping, ever remaining calm, be established in the self.
2:49 O Arjuna, discard performing actions for the sake of fruits for it is inferior, take refuge in the intellect united with divine knowledge. Miserly are those who seek fulfillment from the fruits of their actions.