Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 71

vihāya kāmān yaḥ sarvān pumānśh charati niḥspṛihaḥ
nirmamo nirahankāraḥ sa śhāntim adhigachchhati

 That person, who gives up all material desires and lives free from a sense of greed, proprietorship, and egoism, attains perfect peace.

Word by Word Meaning:

vihāya - giving up
kāmān - material desires
yaḥ - who
sarvān - all
pumān - a person
charati - lives
niḥspṛihaḥ - free from hankering
nirmamaḥ - without a sense of proprietorship
nirahankāraḥ - without egoism
saḥ - that person
śhāntim - perfect peace
adhigachchhati - attains

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