इतरस्याप्येवमसंश्लेषः, पाते तु ॥ १४ ॥
itarasyāpyevamasaṃśleṣaḥ, pāte tu || 14 ||
itarasya—Of the other; api—also; evam—thus; asaṃśleṣaḥ—non-clinging; pāte—at death; tu—but.
14. Thus there is non-clinging of the other (i.e. virtue) also; but at death (Liberation i.e. Videhamukti is certain).
As a knower of Brahman has no idea of agency he is not affected by good deeds also. He goes beyond vice and virtue. “He overcomes both” (Brih. 4. 4. 22). And as he is not touched by vice or virtue after illumination, and as his past sins are destroyed by Knowledge, his Liberation at death is certain.