One does not achieve the state of actionlessness by just not beginning
an ordained action..
The point where both good and evil deeds cease completely,
where alone there is true “actionlessness,”
be reached only through action.
There are the misguided ones, on the other hand,
who believe that they are unconcerned with action
because they are men of intellect and discernment,
because there is no action as such on their chosen path.
They who renounce action under such an impression
not really men of wisdom.
Just renunciation of an undertaken task cannot lead anyone
the attainment of realizing and becoming one with God.
And that action is an “Ordained Action”
worshipping of God only.
Who is he and who is HE? Who acts?
Is there an I(?) and is there a HE. Or is it ONLY ONE?
“Driven by the three properties born out of prakriti (nature) man is compelled to act; without action he cannot even live for a moment.” Says Sri Krishn in Bhagavad Gita.
These properties, virtue,ignorance, and passion, compel him to act. Even in sleep action does not cease, for it is the necessary sustenance for the body. The three properties bind men, from the level of gods to that of the lowest creatures such as worms. So long as the material world and its properties are, kuru must be.
But we have to see what ordained action has to get executed in addition and how to reach the point where both good and evil deeds cease completely, where alone there is true “actionlessness?”