„Where Kṛiṣṇa is, Lord of Control, where is the bowman, son of Pṛithā, there—so I hold—are fortune, triumph, welfare sure, and statesmanship.“

Fonte: The Bhagavadgītā (1973), p. 214–15. (78.)

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