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BG Chap 18 - Action in the mode of goodness

That action which is regulated and prescribed by scripture, done without the conception of being the doer, without attachment or repulsion and without desire for results is in the mode of goodness. Regulated occupational duties, as prescribed in the scriptures in terms of the different orders and divisions of society, performed without attachment or proprietary rights and therefore without any love for fame or hatred of dishonor, and performed in Krsna consciousness for the satisfaction of the Supreme, without self-satisfaction or self-gratification, are called actions in the mode of goodness.