This is a blog by a person who doesn't know who he is, what he does, why he does what he does, or what he doesn't do and why he doesn't do what he doesn't do! I think you get the drift... if you still decide to stay on, welcome; else, so long. :) Thanks!
dull-witted person goes to a doctor with a complaint of pain. Here's
how the conversation goes--
What seems to be the issue?
I have pain.
Where's the pain?
What do you mean by everywhere?
From head to toe.
Show me where all it hurts.
(starts by touching his finger on the head). It hurts here. (touches
the finger to his nose). Hurts here. (touches the finger to his
chest) hurts here. (touches his finger to the abdomen) hurts.
(touches the finger to his knees) hurts here and here. (touches his
finger to his feet) here and here too....
Stop, stop, stop. (holds the patient's finger).
(starts crying in pain) Aaaaa, oooooo, Ouch! That hurts a lot.
It doesn't hurt everywhere, you idiot... its your finger that is
this anecdote is something that we all may have heard. However, many
of us don't know that we are exactly like this dull-witted patient.
We blame all our problems to be with others, with the world outside,
unaware of the fact that all our problems are truly centred only
around us! The circumstances and things, behaviour of the people
around us, etc, make us uncomfortable. That discomfort of ours, in
relation to the thing, person, the world outside, is problematic to
us. We are unable to accept the things and people the way they are.
So the problem is centred on the individual. If we learn to accept
them, we realize there is no real problem at all! -- ॐ तत् सत्।