The dangerous meaning of ‘helping others’ || Acharya Prashant, on ‘The Fountainhead’ (2019)

Remember, remember, remember, and I have been saying this again, and again, and again that – you are in bondage, and you want Liberation.

That you are in mediocrity, and you want excellence.

That you are caged, and you want to fly. 

That you are suffering, you want Joy.

That is the definition of ‘human welfare’. 

Do you contradict Krishnamurti? || Acharya Prashant, on Jiddu Krishnamurti (2019)

But such is the human condition.

On one hand there is great danger that if you seek light, you will seek the wrong kind of light. You will just seek darkness, disguised as light.

On the other hand, there is the equally dark option of not seeking at all.

Between these two possibilities, I seek the possibility of seeking the Light, with all it’s associated dangers.

Isn’t it better to die fighting in the battle, than not fight at all?

Acharya Prashant, with students: Who is collecting your sacrifice? ||(2013)

Only a limited can be reduced.

If you are a beggar, of what use is a sacrifice. Gain completeness, gain richness. And then you will find that this richness is overflown and everybody is benefitting. A madman cannot help another madman. But madmen are too eager to sacrifice their lives for another madman and the entire world is becoming mad because too many madmen are sacrificing their Lives for another madman.

Don’t sacrifice.

Find yourself out.

Gain your completeness.

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