The great mathematician André Weil said this:
Nothing is more fruitful – all mathematicians know it – than those obscure analogies, those disturbing reflections of one theory in another; those furtive caresses, those inexplicable discords; nothing also gives more pleasure to the researcher. The day comes when the illusion dissolves; the yoked theories reveal their common source before disappearing. As the Gita teaches, one achieves knowledge and indifference at the same time."
What's important to me is that last sentence. I was wondering how is this referred to in the Gita? And what is its significance?I've never read the Gita and any help from you guys would be great.