Lord krishna expects us to cultivate dynamic peace. He does not want us to be idle for even a single second. He characterises his 'dear ones' as those who are engaged in working for the commonweal. Such activity is known as the practice of yajna (sacrifice), dana (charity), and tapas (self-control). Man should practice self-control.
Man should practice charity - he should give, give, give. He should give whatever he has. And he should transform all his daily activities into one continuous sacrifice. He should feel that he, Brahman, is offering the various actions into the infinite Brahman. He should perform all actions in a perfectly unattached manner.
Do your duty, but inwardly feel that you are only an instrument in the hands of the Lord. Feel that your true self, the Godhead within you, is the eternal witness. That is why Lord Krishna described yoga as karma-kushlam (skill in action). Karma yoga is an art in itself. Contd…
Kindle love divine in thy heart, for this is the immediate way to the kingdom of God.