“You grieve for those who should not be grieved for, yet you speak words of apparent wisdom.
The wise grieve neither for the dead nor for the living.” Gita Ch.2.11
You are an ocean filled with the grief; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. Your identity is misplaced in the grief as the identity of river water gets lost as soon as they enter the ocean – you always come up with the excuses and justifications citing the social, economic, intellectual and political situation that limits you not to perform up to your true potential. You are a misplaced creature succumbed into the degraded, deprived and disoriented under the web of food, water, shelter, status, and stigma.
You are always caught in the dilemma; attaining the self-realization offering your capacity and energy for the righteous act versus endless contemplation of acts, deeds, rituals, limiting beliefs and unrighteousness. Now is the time, you stop grieving citing falsehood notion you are surrounded with.
There is over a million self-help book and there are several millions of people buying and reading the self-help book. But, there is hardly any genuine beneficiary of self-help book because none wants to help the self.
The journey of self-realization begins knowing your true potential, knowing that you are not the physical form that the world sees, you are here for a purpose that the supreme-self has set for you. You need to remind yourself of your purpose and potential. You need to arise. You need to set your score by attaining the power which is latent beneath your body. You need to do the selfish work to self-realize your calling.