Feeling Like a Fool

UN : I mostly circulate in circles where my line of work has little or no value.

The Buddhas : Why do you think that is so?

UN : To motivate my circle?

The Buddhas : Describe your circle.

UN : Well-off, successful, recognised, powerful, connected, people with lots of good Karma accumulated in the past, using it up at a ridiculously fast speed. 

The Buddhas : So your presence would be to remind them…

UN : …to stop depleting their savings so fast, and to start accumulating new good Karma?

The Buddhas : Yes. And your test would be to…

UN : …not feel looked down upon, lowly, unsuccessful, unrecognised, worthless etc. because of these people?

The Buddhas : Yes, because you have enough…

UN : …confidence and belief in what I’m doing?

The Buddhas : Correct. Just because you are almost always functioning out of your comfort-zone, doesn’t mean that you are what a few people in your circle might think you are. 

UN : How come I’m not allowed entry into my comfort zone?

The Buddhas : All in good time. However, we want to get rid of an illusion.

UN : Which would be what?

The Buddhas : You’re doing more good outside of your comfort-zone that you will be once you enter it. 

UN : What’s the illusion?

The Buddhas : The feeling in your mind that you’ll peak upon entry into your comfort-zone.

UN : So I’ll peak outside?

The Buddhas : You are well on your way, and your growth will peak while still outside. 

UN : And once inside?

The Buddhas : One tends to get comfortable once inside one’s comfort-zone.
 
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Evolution Diaries

The Buddhas : Why do you doubt?
 
UN : Sometimes, the path gets monotonous.
 
The Buddhas : Keep doing what you are doing. You are on the right track.
 
UN : Most of the times I do just that. Only sometimes there are pangs…
 
The Buddhas : For success, recognition and fame?
 
UN : I don’t want to use the word fame, and I am successful at what I do. I don’t want the recognition, but maybe once a month, I do want some recognition. However, the feeling passes, and I move on.
 
The Buddhas : You’ve already signed up for recognition here.
 
UN : Signed up? Here? Don’t understand.
 
The Buddhas : Your activities till date have given you recognition in our dimension.
 
UN : Which doesn’t necessarily mean recognition in my dimension, right?
 
The Buddhas : In your dimension, it means struggle. Recognition might or might not come, depending upon your tendency towards getting corrupted.
 
UN : And what makes you think I’ve signed up for this?
 
The Buddhas : Do other corresponding activities and we’ll sign you out of here.
 
UN : So you’re saying, that the nature of what I do makes you take notice of me?
 
The Buddhas : UhhhYeah!
 
UN : And you’re saying I can opt for worldly recognition anytime by choosing to do other such activities which beget worldly recognition, right?
 
The Buddhas : Yeah, who’s stopping you…except you yourself? You want to do spiritual and charitable deeds.
 
UN : Ok forget about the recognition part, I just need conducive company, sometimes.
 
The Buddhas : Then you won’t struggle.
 
UN : You’re happy that I struggle, is it?
 
The Buddhas : No, we’re happy that your speed of evolution is fast.
 
UN : Can one evolve without struggling?
 
The Buddhas : For one’s system to change enough for evolution, DNA needs to change.
 
UN : And DNA’s not going to change without the required pressure, correct?
 
The Buddhas : Correct.
 
UN : What about the ones revelling in their fame, glory and recognition currently?
 
The Buddhas : Why are you so bothered about them? That’s their test.
 
UN : The test being to see whether they’ll get corrupted?
 
The Buddhas : For example. One basically wants to see whether they’ll do any good, being in a position of power.
 
UN : And since I’m already doing good, what do I want a position of power for, right?
 
The Buddhas : Hahahahaha, kind of…, you said it, we didn’t!
 
UN: Right, bye.