CHAPTER TWO CORRECTIONS

Text 18 MAC72

Only the material body of the indestructible, immeasurable and eternal living entity is subject to destruction; therefore, fight, O descendant of Bharata.

Text 18 MAC72 

Only the material body of the indestructible, immeasurable, and eternal living entity is subject to destruction; therefore, fight, O descendant of Bharata.

(Added Comma)

Text 19 MAC72

He who thinks that the living entity is the slayer or that he is slain, does not understand. One who is in knowledge knows that the self slays not nor is slain.

Text 19 MAC72 

He who thinks that the living entity is the slayer, or that he is slain, does not understand. One who is in knowledge knows that the self slays not, nor is slain.

(Added Comma)

Text 20 MAC72

For the soul there is never birth nor death. Nor, having once been, does he ever cease to be. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, undying and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain.

Text 20 MAC72 

For the soul there is never birth nor death. Nor, having once been, does he ever cease to be. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, undying, and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain.

(Added Comma)

Text 21 MAC72

O Partha, how can a person who knows that the soul is indestructible, unborn, eternal and immutable, kill anyone or cause anyone to kill?

Text 21 MAC72 

O Partha, how can a person, who knows that the soul is indestructible, unborn, eternal, and immutable, kill anyone or cause anyone to kill?

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Text 24 MAC72

This individual soul is unbreakable and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried. He is everlasting, all-pervading, unchangeable, immovable and eternally the same.

Text 24 MAC72 

This individual soul is unbreakable and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried. He is everlasting, all-pervading, unchangeable, immovable, and eternally the same.

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Text 39 MAC72

Thus far I have declared to you the analytical knowledge of sankhya philosophy. Now listen to the knowledge of yoga whereby one works without fruitive result. O son of Prtha, when you act by such intelligence, you can free yourself from the bondage of works.

Text 44 MAC72

In the minds of those who are too attached to sense enjoyment and material opulence, and who are bewildered by such things, the resolute determination of devotional service to the Supreme Lord does not take place.

Text 39 MAC72 

Thus far I have declared to you the analytical knowledge of sankhya philosophy. Now listen to the knowledge of yoga, whereby one works without fruitive result. O son of Prtha, when you act by such intelligence, you can free yourself from the bondage of works.

(Added Comma)

Text 44 OM 

2:44 In the minds of those who are too attached to sense enjoyment and material opulence, and who are bewildered by such things, the resolute determination for devotional service to the Supreme Lord does not take place.

(Changed "of" to "for")

Text 44 MAC72 

In the minds of those who are too attached to sense enjoyment and material opulence, and who are bewildered by such things, the resolute determination for devotional service to the Supreme Lord does not take place.

(Changed "of" to "for")

Text 46 OM

2:46 All purposes that are served by the small pond can at once be served by the great reservoirs of water. Similarly, all the purposes of the Vedas can be served to one who knows the purpose behind them.

Text 46 MAC72

All purposes that are served by the small pond can at once be served by the great reservoirs of water. Similarly, all the purposes of the Vedas can be served to one who knows the purpose behind them.

Text 46 MAC72 

All purposes that are served by the small pond can at once be served by the great reservoir of water. Similarly, all the purposes of the Vedas can be served by one who knows the purpose behind them.

(“Reservoir” to singular. “To” to “by”)

Text 51 MAC72

The wise, engaged in devotional service, take refuge in the Lord, and free themselves from the cycle of birth and death by renouncing the fruits of action in the material world. In this way they can attain that state beyond all miseries.

Text 51 MAC72 

The wise, engaged in devotional service, take refuge in the Lord, and free themselves from the cycle of birth and death by renouncing the fruits of action in the material world. In this way, they can attain that state beyond all miseries.

(Added Comma)

Text 53 MAC72

When your mind is no longer disturbed by the flowery language of the Vedas, and when it remains fixed in the trance of self-realization, then you will have attained the Divine consciousness.

Text 53 MAC72 

When your mind is no longer disturbed by the flowery language of the Vedas, and when it remains fixed in the trance of self-realization, then you will have attained the divine consciousness.

(Lower case "Divine")

Text 56 MAC72

One who is not disturbed in spite of the threefold miseries, who is not elated when there is happiness, and who is free from attachment, fear and anger, is called a sage of steady mind.

Text 56 MAC72 

One who is not disturbed in spite of the threefold miseries, who is not elated when there is happiness, and who is free from attachment, fear, and anger, is called a sage of steady mind.

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Text 57 MAC72

He who is without attachment, who does not rejoice when he obtains good, nor lament when he obtains evil, is firmly fixed in perfect knowledge.

Text 57 MAC72 

He who is without attachment, who does not rejoice when he obtains good nor lament when he obtains evil, is firmly fixed in perfect knowledge.

(Remove comma)

Text 63 MAC72

From anger, delusion arises, and from delusion bewilderment of memory. When memory is bewildered, intelligence is lost, and when intelligence is lost, one falls down again into the material pool.

Text 63 MAC72 

From anger, delusion arises, and from delusion bewilderment of memory. When memory is bewildered, intelligence is lost; and when intelligence is lost, one falls down again into the material pool.

(Comma changed to semi-colon)

Text 63 MAC72 

From anger, delusion arises, and from delusion bewilderment of memory. When memory is bewildered, intelligence is lost; and when intelligence is lost, one falls down again into the material pool.

(Comma changed to semi-colon)

Text 64 MAC72 

One who can control his senses by practicing the regulated principles of freedom can obtain the complete mercy of the Lord, and thus become free from all attachment and aversion.

(Added Comma)

Text 65 MAC72

For one who is so situated in the Divine consciousness, the threefold miseries of material existence exist no longer; in such a happy state, one's intelligence soon becomes steady.

Text 65 MAC72 

For one who is so situated in the divine consciousness, the threefold miseries of material existence exist no longer; in such a happy state, one's intelligence soon becomes steady.

(Lower case "Divine")

Text 68 MAC72

Therefore, O mighty-armed, one whose senses are restrained from their objects is certainly of steady intelligence.

Text 68 MAC72 

Therefore, O Mighty-armed, one whose senses are restrained from their objects is certainly of steady intelligence.

(Upper case "mighty-armed")

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