Kabir Sahib puts it, as only he can, “Chalo chalo sab koi kahe, mohe andesa aur. Saahab se parichay nahin, jayenge kis thaur.” (All are rushing, and all are being told to rush, but I have a certain doubt. You do not know Him, in which direction would you go?).
In today’s age, you are increasing your speed madly, but where are you going? Where are you going? What are you saving your time for? There is no doubt that this age offers great conveniences, and you can save a lot of time. But what for?
Often the time that you save, is utilised to self-destruct.
Saving time would be great, if you knew how to use that time.
But I really wonder what is going to be a valid use of time, saved from for example, reading Jiddu Krishnamurti? You could have heard Acharya Prashant for one hour, instead you heard him for only ten minutes. You saved fifty-minutes. Now what is going to be a superior use of fifty-minutes? Please tell me.
Listening to a spiritual video was obviously to you an inferior use of these fifty-minutes. Now that you have saved these fifty minutes, aren’t you you obliged towards yourself to put them to a superior use? What is going to be that superior use?
Time has only one legitimate purpose — to help you move into the Timeless.
Invest more and more time into the service of the Timeless.
If you want to save time, then save time from all the miscellaneous non-sense time gets spent in.
Save time from there.
Do not save time from the Scriptures and the Teachers.
Save time, and dedicate it to the Right cause.
Dedicating time to the Right cause is much more important than merely saving time.
Otherwise, you could as well be saving time, and using the saved time to self-destruct.
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