CC Madhya 23.110
na śocati na kāṅkṣati
bhaktimān yaḥ sa me priyaḥ
yaḥ — he who; na hṛṣyati — is not jubilant (upon getting something favorable); na dveṣṭi — does not hate (being artificially influenced by something unfavorable); na — not; śocati — laments; na — not; kāṅkṣati — desires; śubha-aśubha — the materially auspicious and inauspicious; parityāgī — completely rejecting; bhakti-mān — possessing devotion; yaḥ — anyone who; saḥ — that person; me priyaḥ — very dear to Me.
“One who is free of all material jubilation, hatred, lamentation and desire, who renounces both materially auspicious and materially inauspicious things, and who is devoted to Me is very dear to Me.