“You must have an aim, a serious aim,” said Gurdjieff. And of course that is true. Without an aim, we are loose cannons. We live eccentrically, inadvertently.
Good men are harmonic. They don’t mind what happens. They don’t get excited.
The spontaneous act indicates the active presence of the divine child. He makes no plans, this One, and does not think. Some men orphan their capacity for surprise in order to get a-head.
The man doing what he doesn’t want to do needs help in order to do it. The man who wants to do what he’s doing needs no help. See! He’s already doing it.
“You have no choice; you must place your bet.” And there it is, as a whisper, in the spaces between the words: “Put it all on love.”