Bhagavad Gita Chapter 12, Text 13-14

BG 12 13-14 - A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada - Bombay 1974-05-12.mp3 5.9 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Bhakta Marc - ISKCON Radhadesh 2012-12-23.mp3 15.4 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Bhakti Caitanya Swami - New Jagannath Puri Phoenix.mp3 22.7 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Bhakti Rasamrita Swami - 2010-05-30 Hindi.mp3 40.8 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Bhakti Vikas Swami - Dibrugarh 2006-03-04 Hindi.mp3 6.1 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Gopal Krishna Goswami - Baku 2010-08-06.mp3 20.9 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Gopal Krishna Goswami - Sochi 2013-09-30 Russian Translation.mp3 31.6 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Jayadvaita Swami - London 2011-10-06.mp3 43.3 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Jitamrita Prabhu Hindi.mp3 8.4 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Niranjana Swami - Boston 2012-01-01.mp3 19.0 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Niranjana Swami - Moscow 1993-10-14.mp3 17.4 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Radhanath Swami - Mumbai 1991-03-10.mp3 13.3 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Radhe Shyam Prabhu 01.mp3 19.2 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Radhe Shyam Prabhu 02.mp3 20.9 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Romapada Swami - Portland 2012-04.mp3 15.9 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Sachinanadana Swami - Goloka Dhama 2005-08-30.mp3 19.5 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Sachinanadana Swami - Zagreb 1996-02-06 German.mp3 14.0 MB
BG 12 13-14 - Vedavyasa Priya Swami - Adelaide 2010-01-21.mp3 10.9 MB
BG 12 13-17 - Rohini Priya Prabhu - ISKCON Chowpatty 2009-11-14.mp3 15.1 MB
BG 12 13-20 - Urmila Mataji - Auckland 2009-03-25.mp3 38.7 MB
BG 12 13-20 - Urmila Mataji - Italy 2012-03-16 Italian Translation.mp3 27.5 MB
BG 12 13 - Niranjana Swami - Russian Translation 1992-08-26.mp3 15.0 MB
BG 12 13 - Radhe Shyam Prabhu.mp3 19.2 MB
BG 12 14 - Radhe Shyam Prabhu 02.mp3 15.3 MB

Bg 12.13-14

advesta sarva-bhutanam
maitrah karuna eva ca
nirmamo nirahankarah
sama-duhkha-sukhah ksami

santustah satatam yogi
yatatma drdha-niscayah
mayy arpita-mano-buddhir
yo mad-bhaktah sa me priyah

Word for word: 
advesta — nonenvious; sarva-bhutanam — toward all living entities; maitrah — friendly; karunah — kindly; eva — certainly; ca — also; nirmamah — with no sense of proprietorship; nirahankarah — without false ego; sama — equal; duhkha — in distress; sukhah — and happiness; ksami — forgiving; santustah — satisfied; satatam — always; yogi — one engaged in devotion; yata-atma — self-controlled; drdha-niscayah — with determination; mayi — upon Me; arpita — engaged; manah — mind; buddhih — and intelligence; yah — one who; mat-bhaktah — My devotee; sah — he; me — to Me; priyah — dear.

Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
One who is not envious but is a kind friend to all living entities, who does not think himself a proprietor and is free from false ego, who is equal in both happiness and distress, who is tolerant, always satisfied, self-controlled, and engaged in devotional service with determination, his mind and intelligence fixed on Me – such a devotee of Mine is very dear to Me.

Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
Coming again to the point of pure devotional service, the Lord is describing the transcendental qualifications of a pure devotee in these two verses. A pure devotee is never disturbed in any circumstances. Nor is he envious of anyone. Nor does a devotee become his enemy’s enemy; he thinks, “This person is acting as my enemy due to my own past misdeeds. So it is better to suffer than to protest.” In the Srimad-Bhagavatam (10.14.8) it is stated: tat te ’nukampam su-samiksamano bhunjana evatma-krtam vipakam. Whenever a devotee is in distress or has fallen into difficulty, he thinks that it is the Lord’s mercy upon him. He thinks, “Thanks to my past misdeeds I should suffer far, far greater than I am suffering now. So it is by the mercy of the Supreme Lord that I am not getting all the punishment I am due. I am just getting a little, by the mercy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.” Therefore he is always calm, quiet and patient, despite many distressful conditions. A devotee is also always kind to everyone, even to his enemy. Nirmama means that a devotee does not attach much importance to the pains and trouble pertaining to the body because he knows perfectly well that he is not the material body. He does not identify with the body; therefore he is freed from the conception of false ego and is equipoised in happiness and distress. He is tolerant, and he is satisfied with whatever comes by the grace of the Supreme Lord. He does not endeavor much to achieve something with great difficulty; therefore he is always joyful. He is a completely perfect mystic because he is fixed in the instructions received from the spiritual master, and because his senses are controlled he is determined. He is not swayed by false arguments, because no one can lead him from the fixed determination of devotional service. He is fully conscious that Krishna is the eternal Lord, so no one can disturb him. All these qualifications enable him to fix his mind and intelligence entirely on the Supreme Lord. Such a standard of devotional service is undoubtedly very rare, but a devotee becomes situated in that stage by following the regulative principles of devotional service. Furthermore, the Lord says that such a devotee is very dear to Him, for the Lord is always pleased with all his activities in full Krishna consciousness.