O THE VAIRAGYA-SATAKAM
91. If there is a koupina (even ) worn out and shreded hundred times and a wrapper ^also of the same condition, if one is free from all disquieting thought, if food there is, obtained unconditionally from begging* and sleep on a cremation ground or in the forest, if one wanders alone without any let or i hindrance, if the mind is- always calm, and if one is steadfast in the festive joy of Yoga, what is then worth the rulership of the three worlds?
��* 92. Can this universe which is but a* mere Reflection, engender greed in wise men? The "ocean surely does not become agitated by the movement of a little fish.
'* [Just as a fish cannot set up a swaying of tbe 'icean, so this universe, * a mere imagfe in pure consciousness, cannbt move the latter, with which
wise: men become identified, to any -sentiment of covetousness. ] , . , .