The Centred Man

The Man whose mind is centered and devoted,
walks, moves, and eats being with the One—to whom he is devoted.

He does whatever needs to be done and does it beautifully.

Not with apathy or indifference, not as a compulsion.

He does whatever needs to be done and does no more than that.

Because he has no stakes in doing; because he has no vested interest in doing; because he is not hopeful of gaining anything from this world, so he does not do much.

He only does as much as is necessary.

That’s his great contribution to the earth and the world.

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