UN : What’s the issue with going inwards?
The Buddhas : No issue.
UN : Oh, I thought there was an issue.
The Buddhas : You can go in, sure.
UN : However?
The Buddhas : It’s a time to engage and not disengage.
UN : As in need of the hour?
The Buddhas : The nature of the times on the planet will need many, many spiritual people to engage.
UN : Otherwise?
The Buddhas : There won’t be a planet anymore.
UN : I see.
The Buddhas : It’s an endgame scenario on Earth. All or nothing.
UN : Yeah, the way we’re going, as if there’s no tomorrow.
The Buddhas : Thus you’ve got to give it your all. Sitting back and going inwards would be giving up.
UN : It would be like resigning to the situation and saying “Whatever”, right? I do see that now.
The Buddhas : There was a time when going inwards was the normally practiced form of spiritualism. It was time-appropriate.
UN : I see that now too. With peace and harmony already existing around oneself, one wanted to give oneself that extra kicker and reach inside.
The Buddhas : However, this is a different time, requiring emergency measures of engagement.
UN : What’s the easiest way to engage?
The Buddhas : Chant. You start engaging the moment you chant. That’s what Daimoku does for you.
UN : Yeah, it brings you right into the battlefield, immediately, with all systems firing, doesn’t it?
The Buddhas : Daimoku puts your engagement on auto.
UN : Going for it.