Yoga Sūtra Chapter One verse 15

दृष्टानुश्रविकविषयवितृष्णस्य वशीकारसंज्णावैराग्यम् ॥१५॥

dṛṣṭa-anuśravika-viṣaya-vitṛṣṇasya vaśīkāra-saṃjñā-vairãgyam ||15||

Absence of thirst towards objects,
either as seen or following heard spiritual teachings,
is the acknowledgement of the mastery of dispassion.

dṛṣṭa - seenanu - followśravika - heard spiritual teachingsviṣaya - objectvitṛṣṇasya - absence of thirstvaśīkāra - masterysaṃjñā - acknowledgmentvairãgya - dispassion

Commentaries and Reflections

T Krishnamacharya:

Detachment can imply an attachment elsewhere.

Paul Harvey:

Absence of thirst towards objects,
whether material or spiritual,
is the acknowledgement of the mastery of dispassion.

Inspirational Quote

“Good as drink is, it ends in thirst.” Irish Proverb