You possess the right to engage in your designated duties, yet you are not entitled to the outcomes of your actions. Refrain from identifying yourself as the cause of the results of your endeavors and avoid attachment to inaction.
The Bhagavad Gita imparts profound wisdom on the essence of work through four key instructions:
Perform your duty without fixation on results, acknowledging the influence of various factors.
Understand that the outcomes of your actions are not for personal enjoyment but for the pleasure of a higher purpose.
Renounce the pride of being the sole doer, recognizing the divine empowerment behind your actions.
Avoid attachment to inaction; work is inherent to our nature, and escaping it is not a solution.