Even when he seems to act in a manner kind or benevolent, the wise one is not acting with such intent. For, in conscious matters such as these, he is amoral and indifferent.
The follower retains tranquility, and is not by speech or thought disturbed, and even less by action which is contrived. His actions are spontaneous, as are his deeds towards his fellow men. By this means he is empty of desire, and so his energy is not drained from him because of useless, unreasoned emotions.