न च मां तानि कर्माणि निबध्नन्ति धनञ्जय।
उदासीनवदासीनमसक्तं तेषु कर्मसु।।9.9।।
।।9.9।। हे धनंजय उन कर्मों में आसक्ति रहित और उदासीन के समान स्थित मुझ (परमात्मा) को वे कर्म नहीं बांधते हैं।।
The seemingly complex diversities of creation never implicate the Supreme Lord Krishna nor do they indicate a charge of mercilessness against Him due to His being asaktam or unattached. This is because the differences and all inequalities that exist in the demigods, humans, animals and plants lies in the fact that all jivas or embodied beings which are of a conscious and sentient nature have to account to the reactions of their past good deeds and misdeeds and hence their own actions determine such differences and inequalities. Hence difference in dispensation and inequality in allocation is not to be prescribed from the Supreme Lord due to the fact that he understands such designations as the merits and demerits of a living entities own karma or reactions to previous actions. So He is completely indifferent and totally neutral in all respects. If one were still to object that this conduct is not exemplary due to the lack of distinction between all atmas or souls at time of dissolution, it still is not a legitimate objection because all atmas are immortal and exist eternally and each and every one is accounted for. Also non-distinction at the tim of dissolution is valid because names and forms were absent at the time and all atmas existed before creation and creation is without beginning as confirmed in Brahma Sutras II.I.XXXV beginning na karmavibhagad-iti-chet which clarifies this objection as not being valid because creation is without beginning.