Know Who You Are -- Svadhyaya
We think we are many things. We think we’re football players, taxi cab drivers, doctors, lawyers, gangsters, politicians, psychologists, journalists, presidents of countries, teachers, street hustlers, physical therapists, singers, thugs, business owners, rock stars, infantry, pilots, bloggers, victims, conquerors, employees, students, rappers, motivational speakers, firemen, mail clerks; we think we are the colonizer, and we think we are the oppressed, etc…
We think we are a lot of things, and we identify with a lot of ideas we have in our minds when none of the labels we give ourselves or their descriptions is actually who we truly and essentially are (the same is true for the labels we put on others, they are not the labels we place on them either – this might be too deep for now :-)). We are much more than names, labels and descriptions. Those labels are just names we give ourselves when we are occupied with doing things that are associated with those titles (which are just words). We are infinitely more! If you don’t know that already, you might want to start working on that puzzle (the sooner the better).
You don’t want to look back at your life when you are nearing your end and be forced to admit to yourself that your life was all based on a mistake, a misunderstanding, or a plain old wrong idea. That would be a sad realization at that late stage in life, especially since there are no redos. If you are struggling with what your purpose is in life, learning who you truly are is a great place to start.
The part of you that is real is permanent and eternal. Svadhyaya and find out :-)
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