Geeta Gyan

We have been told, O Krsna, that people whose family traditions are destroyed necessarily dwell in hell for a long time. (1.44)
Chapter 1, Verse 44

Just as the living entity (atma, Jiva, Jivatma) acquires a childhood body, a youth body, and an old age body during this life, similarly, it acquires another body after death. The wise are not deluded by this. (2.13)
Chapter 2, Verse 13

The Spirit (Atma|) is neither born, nor does it die at any time. It does not come into being or cease to exist. It is unborn, eternal, permanent, and primeval. The Spirit is not destroyed when the body is destroyed. (2)
Chapter 2, Verse 20

Speech that is non-offensive, truthful, pleasant, beneficial, and is used for the regular study of scriptures is called austerity of word. (17.15)
Chapter 17, Verse 15

Serenity of mind, gentleness, equanimity, self-control, and purity of thought – these are called austerity of thought. (17.16)
Chapter 17, Verse 16

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