Right action issues from a place of total acceptance. Wrong action has its roots in resistance. Hence, Nisargadatta’s twisty caution: “Leave alone the reforms. Mind the reformer.”
They say we come from monkeys. But how can that be possible if one of them is living in my head?
What Buddhists call the joy of being is awareness without thought. Consciousness, after all, has no thought process. It doesn’t judge, analyze, interpret or think things through.
Don’t change the narrative—delete it. Right action is the soul of eloquence.
Skillful doing has no wanting in it, no desire for anything. Wanting something is the corruption of something. The reward for right action is the action itself.