First do this: Witness the adrenalized mind, noting its panicked zigzaggery, how it darts about like a squirrel in traffic. And then what? And then nothing. To see it is to settle it.
There are two worlds: the outer world of time and activity; and the internal world, formless and still. Intelligence is domiciled in one of these worlds, wisdom in the other. Sometimes they’re together.
Busy is bad. Don’t be busy.
Surely it is beneath our dignity to run after anything—especially a dream.
Love doesn’t happen to me or to you. It happens between us.