Excerpts from the Bhagavad Gita
Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 2.
As a man, casting off old clothes, puts on others and new ones, so the embodied self, casting off old bodies, goes to others and new ones.
Weapons do not divide the self into pieces; fire does not burn it; waters do not moisten it; the wind does not dry it up.
It is not divisible; it is not combustible; it is not to be moistened; it is not to be dried up. It is everlasting, all-pervading, stable, firm, and eternal. It is said to be unperceived, to be unthinkable, to be unchangeable.
Therefore, knowing it to be such, you ought not to grieve. But even if you think that the self is constantly born, and constantly dies, still - Oh you of mighty arms! - you ought not to grieve thus.
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