Let’s read Chapter 5 together and then we can apply the memory technic to remember the key verses!
VERSES 1-7: JÑANA-YOGA AND KARMA-YOGA ARE ULTIMATELY THE SAME
5.2 Lord Kṛṣṇa says: Renunciation of action and karma-yoga, both lead to the highest state. But of the two, karma-yoga is superior to the renunciation of action.
VERSES 8-17: THE SELF IS UNTOUCHED BY ACTION
5.13 Mentally renouncing all actions and being in full control, the embodied Self lives happily in the city of nine gates (i.e., the body), neither acting nor causing the body to act.
VERSES 18–26: THE STATE OF EQUANIMITY
5.18 The sages perceive with equal vision, a good and learned brahmana, a cow, an elephant, a dog and a dog-eater.
sama-darshina = equal vision
VERSES 27-29: INTRODUCING YOGA PRACTICE
5.29 And knowing Me as the supreme enjoyer of all sacrifices and austerities, as the Lord of all the worlds, and the Friend of every being, one attains peace.