Some work for getting enjoyment in heaven.
Some build temples with the idea that their sins will be washed off. Some perform certain Yajnas for getting a son.see
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Some dig tanks with the motive that their names will be remembered even after they die. Some make beautiful gardens for the use of the public with the idea that they will enjoy such lovely gardens in Svarga. Some do charity with the motive that they will be born as rich landlords in the next birth.
He who does selfless service without expectation of fruits of any kind becomes a powerful Yogi. A Karma Yogi knows the secret of work. He does not allow any energy to be unnecessarily frittered away. He conserves and regulates energy. He knows the science of self-restraint. He utilises the energy for good purposes that can bring maximum good to a great number of people. This is skill in action which the Gita speaks of in chapter two. He develops a strong will and strong character. One should have patience.
Then only will he realise immense benefits. Generally people are impatient and they expect Siddhis after doing a little selfless service. The real Karma Yogi who serves people with humility and Bhava becomes the real ruler of the world. He is honoured and respected by all. Honour comes by itself. There is a hidden power in selfless service. Who Is God? Yoga of Service. What Is Karma? Right and Wrong Action. Nishkamya Karma Yoga.
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