You pick up a book. The book might be by great a master, by the so-called enlightened ones. Don’t you see that you are the one who decides which chapter to read? Don’t you see that those answers were given to somebody else? Are you sure that you asked the same question that is there in the book, you would have received the same answer? Let’s say that you are reading a book. And there is a question and an answer to that question. That is the format of the book. Are you asking that question?
I am great, irrespective of what I get or what I do not get. I might run in a race. If I win the race, I am great. And even if I lose the race, I am still great. My worth does not depend upon the medal that you give me. My worth is independent of the respect that you give me. Even if the world takes away everything it has given to me, I are still wonderful.
Is it necessary that I need be good in something that I like doing?
Sometimes it may happen that I like something, but I can’t be good at it. So, what is best for me?
To personally meet or connect with Acharya Prashant: click here. आचक्ष्व शृणु वा तात नानाशास्त्राण्यनेकशः। तथापि न तव स्वास्थ्यं सर्वविस्मरणाद् ऋते॥
To personally meet or connect with Acharya Prashant: click here. Question: ‘What is bitter at first is sweet in the end, What is sweet at first
Is there any spiritual journey that leads to enlightenment like with Buddha or is every movement a journey and destination like with Krishna? Is there a journey that leads to enlightenment or is it instantaneous, right now?