Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4, Shlok 20

tyaktvā karma-phalāsaṅgaṁ nitya-tṛipto nirāśhrayaḥ
karmaṇyabhipravṛitto ’pi naiva kiñchit karoti saḥ

Such people, having given up attachment to the fruits of their actions, are always satisfied and not dependent on external things. Despite engaging in activities, they do not do anything at all.

Word by Word Meaning:

tyaktvā - having given up
karma-phala-āsaṅgam - attachment to the fruits of action
nitya - always
tṛiptaḥ - satisfied
nirāśhrayaḥ - without dependence
karmaṇi - in activities
abhipravṛittaḥ - engaged
api - despite
na - not
eva - certainly
kiñchit - anything
karoti - do
saḥ - that person

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