There are many occasions in life when nothing “seems” right and so, when everything turns out right our mind becomes instantly deeply irritated as we think into our past to realize that something
grave is following. This is no intuition but mere experience or more correctly, beliefs. We have tuned our into such a frequency that it is always in a balanced state fluctuating between the satisfied and unsatisfied, never tempted to go in a straight line. This is exactly why we can’t attain that moment of spiritual bliss. It is because we ourselves torn between duties and desires. They can never make a perfect mixture. I guess that’s the law. Because, every time we want to bask in our desires fulfilling them, there comes the call of duty. Duty comes piercing deep into that bubble of desires. But the bubble doesn’t pop, that is the toughest part. It sticks on to the tip of duty and so nothing seems to satisfy us, but we painfully note that we lack what we want in spite of carrying out duty at the best of our capacity. It is as if our world of desires and real life is of two dimensions into which we keep jumping from time to time. We cannot predict when. We just know when we are in the reality; because then, we go mad and are completely unsatisfied. It is this world of desires and reality that spirituality says should be avoided. When one enables his mind to travel straight, without fluctuating into these two worlds and diverting the mind to run straight through the very very narrow pathway between the two worlds shall one attain that perfect peace of mind, or moksha.


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