Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 52

yadā te moha-kalilaṁ buddhir vyatitariṣhyati
tadā gantāsi nirvedaṁ śhrotavyasya śhrutasya cha

When your intellect crosses the quagmire of delusion, you will then acquire indifference to what has been heard and what is yet to be heard (about enjoyments in this world and the next).

Word by Word Meaning:

yadā - when
te - your
moha - delusion
kalilam - quagmire
buddhiḥ - intellect
vyatitariṣhyati - crosses
tadā - then
gantāsi - you shall acquire
nirvedam - indifferent
śhrotavyasya - to what is yet to be heard
śhrutasya - to what has been heard
cha - and


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