Namaskaar. In Verses #13 and #14 we saw The Lord enumerating many qualities of a true Bhakta. Moving on to Verses #15 and #16 he gives us some more of the wonderful qualities and Pujya Swami Chinmayananda in his commentary explains these now :
यस्मान्नोद्विजते लोको लोकान्नोद्विजते च यः ।
हर्षामर्षभयोद्वेगैर्मुक्तो यः स च मे प्रियः ॥ १२-१५॥
He by whom the world is not agitated (affected) ,
and who cannot be agitated by the world,
who is freed from joy, envy, fear, and anxiety —
he is dear to me. 12.15
This stanza constitutes the SECOND SECTION in which again Lord Krishna enumerates three more characteristic features of a real devotee.
HE BY WHOM THE WORLD IS NOT AGITATED — A Man-of-Perfection is one who will not create any agitations in the world around him. Where the Sun is, there cannot be any darkness, where the peaceful Master of Equanimity and Perfection dwells, he, by the intrinsic divinity in him, creates, as it were, an atmosphere of serene joy and endless peace around him; and even those, who are agitated in the world, will suffer no more from such agitations when they approach such a master-mind, and enjoy a peace in themselves. In fact, the world irresistibly rushes to such a saint to bask in his brilliance and comes to experience the joy which he wafts all around him!