Men are intrinsically good. If I don’t know this from the inside out, I’ll try to be good. But trying is unnecessary. The best a man can be is who he already is.
What is done through me has a far vaster significance than what is done by me. In the second case, ego is involved. It pumps its tiny fist. It says, “I did it!”
Being is primary; doing is secondary. Primary. Secondary. Young men need to drink this—and, perchance, get drunk on it. “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.”
Your reason to be, what you were destined to do? You’re doing it now.
The further down the path we go, the quieter it gets. Being waxes, doing wanes.