Who is the doer? The circumstances are the 'doer'. All these scientific circumstantial evidences come together and an event takes place. So the control is not in our hands. We must simply observe the circumstances and see what they are. Once the circumstances come together, the work gets accomplished. It is wrong for a person to expect rain in the month of March. On June 15th (when the monsoon rains are due in India), the circumstances come together. If the circumstances of time are right and yet the circumstance of clouds is not there, then how can it rain? When the clouds are present, the timing is right, there is lightening and when all the other evidences come together, it will rain. All the circumstances must come together. Man is dependent on the circumstances, but he believes that he is doing something. The portion of whatever he 'does' is also dependent upon circumstances. If one of these circumstances were to fall short, then he will not be able to do that particular work.
1) Worrying is the greatest egoism!
2) Where there is religion (religious following), there are no worries and where there are worries, there is no religion there.
1) All events in this universe are under the control of scientific circumstansial evidence. There is no independent doer. Lack of this knowledge creates worries.
2) When will worries leave permanently? When the sense of doership ceases.When will the sense of doership leave? When Self Realization is attained
3) When worries go away it is called samadhi (One-ness with the Pureself; Undisturbed by any external non-self reaction). After this you can do a lot more work efficiently than ever before because the entanglement is no longer there. As soon as you go to the office your work starts. There will be no thoughts about home, no external thoughts bothering you. Therefore, you will give full concentration to the work at hand.
4) When there is a perpetual sense of, 'I am the one who runs all these things.' then worries will arise.
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