We all have an inbuilt judicial system that conducts its own trials. The act of prosecution begins as soon as something unfavourable happens or when our ego gets hurt. Usually, we tend to pass one of the following four verdicts:
1) I am okay, you are not okay; 2) I am not okay, you are okay; 3) I am not okay and you are not okay; and 4) I am okay and you are okay, too.
…The most advanced and philosophical are those who rise above the fourth category. They are the enlightened ones who never have an internal jury. The internal jury is replaced by an observer who merely observes without getting involved. They do not believe in having any ‘doership’. Doership is not the inability to do or act. Doership is the conviction of having the strength to effect the desired outcome of one’s action.
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by DEEPAK M RANADE | Aug 20, 2011