A still from Peter Brook's film adaptation of
The following quote was not included in the script,
if memory serves.
"I do not regard even my own self to be mine.
On the other hand,
I regard the whole world to be mine.
I again think that all of this (which I can see)
is as much mine as it belongs to others.
Grief cannot approach me
in consequence of this thought.
Having acquired such an understanding,
I do not yield either to joy or grief."
This is the consolation prize for self-renunciation -
ownership of everything in existence.