Decide without owning the decision || Acharya Prashant (2016)

You know, if you take any side, then you are asserting that you know something, it is better to just acknowledge that I don’t know. Or, if it is so very urgent, then if you want to back your knowledge, back it. But you should remain firm in the acknowledgement that it is just a blind throw or toss of the coin. If you know that it is a blind toss of the coin, then you will not face the consequence of the action. When the results will come, then you will know that these were inevitable and you won’t face suffering.
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A life free of incompleteness and inferiority || Acharya Prashant (2014)

Can there be another way of living?

“Because I feel thrilled, so I do whatever I do.
Because I am already contended, so I do whatever I do”.

“Yes, I acquire knowledge. Yes, I read books. But I read books because I already feel contended.
Books can give me knowledge but the books cannot give me the base of my Being.
Books cannot give me something which is so important and already preset in me. That, books cannot provide.”

Can there be a possibility of living like this?
Won’t it be good fun?

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