Buddha says, Be quick to do good.
Why “be quick”? Why do it immediately? Mind will say, “Tomorrow. Wait. Let us think about it.” And thinking never comes to any conclusion, remember; thinking has never come to any conclusion. Ten thousand years of philosophizing and there is not a single conclusion in philosophy. They have not arrived at any truth; they are still continuing. The same arguments go on being repeated in different forms and different ways, and philosophy goes on moving in a vicious circle. The philosopher remains inconclusive, and to remain inconclusive your whole life means not to live at all. Life is possible only out of decisiveness, out of commitment, involvement; otherwise you are always a spectator, you never participate in anything. Happyho also provides best Meditation and Tarot classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area
The mind is very much afraid of saying yes and the mind is very much afraid of doing good, because the good can be done only in a state of egolessness. The good is a by—product of a state of no—mind. Try to understand it—and when I say try to understand it I am not saying try to think it over. I am simply saying, listen from the heart, with a loving heart.
These sutras can be understood only by the heart. They have come out of the greatest heart that has lived on the earth, and they can be understood only by the heart.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column] [/et_pb_row] [/et_pb_section]