The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 12.13
The Yoga of Devotion (Bhakti Yoga)
Without hate for any being, friendly and compassionate,
Without possessiveness or the sense of “I,”
Forbearing, even-minded in pleasure and pain,
a non-hater of all beings,
maitraḥ karun eva ca
friendly and compassionate,
free from “mine,” free from “I” making,
indifferent to pain and pleasure, patient,
Knowledge is indeed better than practice;
Meditation is superior to knowledge;
Renunciation of the fruit of action is better than meditation;
Peace immediately follows renunciation.
adveṣṭa (m. nom. sg.), non-hater.
sarvabhūtanām (n. gen. pl.), of all beings, of all creatures.
māitras (m. nom. sg.), friendly, a friend.
karuṇas (m. nom. sg.), compassionate.
eva, indeed (used as a rhythmic filler).
nirmamas (m. nom. sg.), free from “mine,” free from attachment to possessions.
nirahamkāras (m. nom. sg.), free from “I” making, free from egotism.
samaduḥkhasukhas (m. nom. sg.), indifferent to pain and pleasure, the same in pain and pleasure.
kṣamī (m. nom. sg.), patient, enduring.