Chapter II Sloka 14

maÇaSpzaRStu kaENtey zItae:[suoÊ>oda>,
Aagmapaiynae=inTyaSta<iStit]Sv -art.

m˜tr˜sparþ˜stu kaunteya
þeetoshõasukhadu×khad˜× |
˜gam˜p˜yino'nity˜s
t˜Õstitikshasva bh˜rata ( 2|14)||

2.14. The contacts of the senses with the objects, O sun of Kunti, which cause heat and cold, pleasure and pain, have a beginning and an end; they are impermanent; endure them bravely, O Arjuna.