All Karma, all action is for the actor. And if the actor is a desirous actor, then all action just leads to a continuation of the cycle of desire!
When you start from a wrong place, then you cannot reach a right place.
A wrong place is a wrong dimension.
More action will not take you out of action. More effort will not lead to effortlessness. More desires will not lead to desirelessness.
Seeing is effortless. Desiring is an effort.
“Mumukshtva” is realization.
You are born, so that you may totally die.
The purpose of life is total death. That is the only purpose of life.
Immortality is to feel so fulfilled that you are not counting years anymore. You are not asking, am I going to die at 50 or 80? That is Immortality. When you are no more bothered about time, then you are immortal.
When you are looking at the decomposition of compounds, you are actually studying your own decomposition.
Karma is always associated with desire. That is why, to give you pure Karma, Krishna talks of ‘Nishkama Karma’. Karma, without the expectation of Karmaphal. Then you are acting without the actor.
“I” tendency does not differ. “I” tendency is the same. The objects that the “I” tendency gets circumstantially attached to, they differ. And the object that you are currently associated with, guides the next object that you would be associated with. But this craving for association and subsequent association; the tendency to get attached is the same.