He is the real yogi, because I am with him in whatever he is doing. At one juncture, Krishna says, Arjun, there is nobody dear to me, nobody whom I love. And then gives a whole list of qualifications for those He really loves! In another instance, Krishna tells Arjun to act without looking for the fruit of action.

Later He asks Arjuna to act properly, according to natural law. Then He tells him that he ought to fight if he wants to win the war. So, at this point, He is bringing Arjun’s attention to the fruit of action, but then He also tells him not to worry about the fruit of action. Everything may appear to be all contradictory from all angles. But that is reality.