Saturday, May 19, 2007

Ideals are imaginary-there is no way to fulfil them. Whatsoever you do, you will always fall short because you can always imagine better, that is the problem. Imagination has no limitation and action is limited. This is one of the basic problems of the human mind: imagination unlimited, action limited. Imagination gives you ideals-how things should be-and action is so limited that you can never fulfil that imagination, those ideals.
The Ninety -Nine Names of Nothingness.
Darshan Diary.
Friday 12 May 1978.

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