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Those who are moderate in eating and recreation, balanced in work, and regulated in sleep, and remain awake will attain 'yoga'- the destroyer of suffe


“ Those who are moderate in eating and recreation, balanced in work, and regulated in sleep, and remain awake will attain 'yoga'- the destroyer of suffering. ”

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Source: Bhagavad Gita 6:17

Categories: Work Yoga Bhagavad gita


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