Ultimate freedom means to live life freely with ''self-discipline''. Ego means living by the thousands of disciplines borrowed from vice - virtues, religion and society.
No matter how much ever your brain understands, ultimately it is the "mind" that needs to be transformed. Because of wrong decisions being taken in an enraged state of mind, the brain may decide n-number of times not to get angry again, yet, as soon as there is an inkling of anger in the mind, you will invariably end up being angry.
The depths of our mind has an "auto tuning" with nature. Once a person has started living from these depths...no harm can ever be caused to him.
When you are doing what everyone else is doing, why cry and crib...? What is happening to all, is happening to you as well.
Spontaneous consciousness is such a height of the human mind from where all the peaks of progress can be mounted. This is the reason why a person who thinks too much can never succeed in life.
Quite often in our attempt to solve the problems we end up inching closer to them. Generally problems come and go, there really is nothing much for you to do in it.
All the effective knowledge is very much hidden in the deep recesses of human mind. This is the reason, be it melodies of Mozart or Omar Khayyam's rubaiyat, Krishna's Bhagavad Gita or Einstein's formula which transformed the world E=mc2; all of them have stemmed from within.
A successful life is the one which has no desires left in the mind at the time of death.
To be joyous in life, a few bites to eat in peace, pouring rains or cool breeze are sufficient... Whereas for reasons to be sad, you can write thousands of books on it.
Life in other words is to "work" hard for the upliftment of yourself as well as others and as and when opportunity knocks...thoroughly enjoy yourself. There cannot be any other purpose of life.
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