A ‘Spiritual man’, cannot be a saint, who does nothing but eats all day, and keeps getting fat. And then every day in the morning, he lectures for two hours.
A ‘Spiritual man’, is an intense actor.
He does not live as somebody, who has nothing to do with worldly concerns.
Kindly get rid of the image of the saint. In fact, if you come across any such person, who does nothing, except lecturing, and is getting fat, out of lecturing too much, then avoid him.
The ‘Spiritual man’ is a warrior.
He is one, who belongs to this world.
He is one who partakes in the concerns of this world.
He lives life fully.
It is not that he has shed all experience. In fact, he has become more open and sensitive to experience — this happiness, this sadness, this pleasure and pain.
He is the man of the earth.
You will not find him on some great throne, somewhere. He must be someone, who moves through the streets — a commoner. He is not a general who hides in the castle. He is a foot soldier, out there on the battlefield.
Are you getting it?
Truth is not about renouncing the world of something. The man of Truth, I repeat, is a man of great action. And if you see someone, whose life is dull, lukewarm, incapable of action, then you should just know that his life has not been touched by the Truth.
Truth makes you go wild.
It does not allow you to sleep.
The dance of Truth is a mad dance.
It is a dance of destruction.
It is a dance in which you come alive!
You do not just sit in saffron, and say, “Hari Om.”
Kabir Sahab never made preaching, his profession. He was a weaver, and he remained a weaver. You must ask, all the so-called spiritual ones, “What do you do, except wagging your tongue? And how do you know, anything of life, if you are not living it anymore?”
“You do not meet the commoners. You do not earn anything. You live on donations. You do not go to the markets to sell anything. You don’t buy anything…