The liberated man

The liberated man has no personal hopes; he does not seize on things as his personal possessions; he receives what the divine Will brings in, covets nothing, is jealous of none; what comes to him he takes without repulsion and without attachment; what goes from him he allows to depart into the whirl of things without repining or grief or sense of loss… His action is indeed of purely physical action, sariram kevalam karma; for all else comes from above, is not generated on the human plane, is only a reflection of the will, knowledge, joy of the divinePurushottama.

Ref: Essays on Gita