Explain Krishna’s argument in chapters three through six of Bhagavad Gita that Arjuna should act without attachment to results or consequences (even though we can’t avoid action itself), and how does acting without attachment relate to personal happiness and enlightenment?

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Krishna explains that Arjuna should act without attachment to results. Even though actions could not be avoided, Arjuna (and any other individual) should act with detachment because the divine will control the consequences.

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