I have some confusion in Gita chapter 3, Verse 26.
na buddhibhedaṃ janayedajñānāṃ karmasaṅginām joṣayetsarvakarmāṇi vidvānyuktaḥ samācaran
Meaning:Let no wise-man unsettle the minds of ignorant-people, who are attached to action; he should engage them in all actions, himself fulfilling them with devotion.
My confusion: no wise-man unsettle the minds of ignorant-people and he should engage them in all actions
It means, the wise should not disturb the mind of ignorant people and they should inspire/encourage them to do all action
How it can be possible if we inspire the ignorant to do all good action? Then definitely their mind will get disturbed.
My understanding is that by inspiring/encouraging the ignorant, it means, to disturb the mind of ignorant people.
I'm not getting the meaning of this verse.