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2.11Thou hast been lamenting for those not worth your lamentations, yet thou dost utter words of lore. The truly wise mourn neither for those who are living nor for those who have passed away.

 
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 2.12It is not that I have never before been incarnated; nor thou, nor these other royal ones. And never in all futurity shall any one of us not exist.

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2.13As in the body, the embodied Self passes through childhood, youth, and old age, so is its passage into another body; the wise thereat are not disturbed.

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8.17They are true knowers of day and night who understand the Day of Brahma, which endures for a thousand cycles (yugas) and the Night of Brahma, which also endures for a thousand cycles.
8.18At the dawn of Brahmas Day all creation, reborn, emerges from the state of nonmanifestation; at the dusk of Brahmas Night all creation sinks into the sleep of nonmanifestation.
8.19Again and again, O son of Pritha, the same throng of men helplessly take rebirth. Their series of incarnations ceases at the coming of Night, and then reappears at the dawn of Day.

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8.20But transcending the unmanifest there exist the true Unmanifest, the Immutable, the Absolute, which remains untouched by the cycles of cosmic dissolution.

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2.19He who considers the Self as the slayer; he who deems that it can be slain: neither of these knows the truth. The Self does not kill, nor is it killed.
2.20This Self is never born nor does it ever perish; nor having come into existence will it again cease to be. It is birthless, eternal, changeless, ever-same. It is not slain when the body is killed.
2.23No weapon can pierce the soul; no fire can burn it; no water can moisten it; nor can any wind wither it.
2.24The soul is uncleavable; it cannot be burnt or wetted or dried. The soul is immutable, all permeating, ever calm and immovable eternally the same.

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