How to translate these philosophic ideas and spiritual ideals into terms of actual life is our problem. Here is the answer, from an Indian text: "One who relinquishes the fruit of action, is from the spiritual point of view, a true Sanyassi," says the Gita. This is plain enough. "One who remains unaffected by the fruit of action done in discharge of duty, is not entangled in the meshes of births and rebirths by such action!"
-- Notebooks Category 2: Overview of Practices Involved > Chapter 7: Discipline Desires > # 30