The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 12.14
The Yoga of Devotion
Without hate for any being, friendly and compassionate,
Without possessiveness or the sense of “I,”
Forbearing, even-minded in pleasure and pain,
samtuṣṭsḥ satatam yogī
contented always, the yogin,
of controlled self and firm resolve,
on me, whose mind and intelligence are fixed,
yo madbhaktaḥ sa me priyaḥ
who of me devoted, he to me dear.
The yogin who is always contented
and balanced in mind,
Who is self-controlled, and whose
conviction is firm,
Whose mind and intellect are
fixed on Me,
And who is devoted to Me, is dear to Me.
samtuṣṭs (m. nom. sg. p. pass. participle sam √tuṣ), contented, satisfied, delighted.
satatam (adv.), constantly, always, perpetually.
yogi (m. nom. sg.), yogin.
yatātmā (m. nom. sg. KD cpd.), of controlled self, of subdued self.
dṛḍhaniścayas (m. nom. sg. BY cpd.), being of firm resolve, being of fixed resolve.
mayi (loc. sg.), on me, in me.
arpita (causative participle √ṛ), fixed, entrusted.
manas (n.), mind, thought.
buddhis (f. nom. sg.), intelligence, understanding. (arpitamanobuddhis, f. nom. sg. with mind and intelligence fixed.)
yas (m. nom. sg.), who.
madbhaktas (m. nom. sg.), of me devoted, devoted to me.
sas (m. nom. sg.), he.
me (gen. sg.), of me, to me.
priyas (m. nom. sg.), dear, beloved.