The unreal never exists and the real is never without existence at any time.
God alone is real, permanent, indestructible, changeless, and eternal,
he is beyond thought, imperceptible and quite above the fluttering of mind.
Action is the name of the mode
which a man attains to God after subduing his mind.
Putting this mode into practice is Dharm, which is a trust or obligation.
This “Dharm” is only one for entire mankind.
Bhagavad Gita sings:
“Since selfless action neither wears out the seed from which it sprang nor has any adverse consequence, even a partial observance of it liberates one from the dire terror of repeated birth and death.”
So the undertaking of this action is Dharm.
A man attains to ultimate liberation by worshipping God
well according to his inborn inclination.
In other words,only remembering and meditating on God
by the appointed mode is Dharm.
To dedicate oneself thus to God is Dharm.
The process by which the Self is enabled to attain to the Supreme Being is Dharm.
The awareness, that comes to sages after their hunger for union with God has been quenched because of their achievement of the ultimate state, is the only reality in all of creation. So we have to seek refuge in these men of enlightenment and wisdom in order to learn how we can make our way along the path that leads to final bliss. That path is only one and embarking on it is Dharm.
Dharm is an obligation-a sacred trust.
It is propitious and the mind that applies itself to this enjoined task
is also one and unified.
Bhagavad Gita sings that Offering the functions of the senses and the operations of the life-winds to the fire of yog-self-restraint-kindled by the knowledge of God is Dharm.