साधुष्वपि च पापेषु समबुद्धिर्विशिष्यते || 9||
sādhuṣhvapi cha pāpeṣhu sama-buddhir viśhiṣhyate
sadhushvapi cha papeshu sama-buddhir vishishyate
BG 6.9: The yogis look upon all—well-wishers, friends, foes, the pious, and the sinners—with an impartial intellect. The yogi who is of equal intellect toward friend, companion, and foe, neutral among enemies and relatives, and unbiased between the righteous and sinful, is considered to be distinguished among humans.