by Eric A. Sharp, Mises.ca:
Sadhguru Vasudev cautions those that want to change the world to first rid their own hearts of fear and pain, before embarking to change the way others live — otherwise one will only transcribe one’s own darkness upon the world and make a bigger mess.
Before you can bring the message of liberty to anyone, you must first “live in truth” and experience liberty in your mind and heart. If your heart, mind, and body, are not aligned to the same purpose your message will be muddled. As the saying goes, ” No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” But if you have dedicated your entire being to freedom and really feel it, then no force can stop our message.
Do it now. Break yourself apart from the archetypal authoritarian nested deep in your mind. Cease your fevered dreams of wandering the Stately Halls, searching for meaning that isn’t there. Krishnamurti writes:
It is very easy to conform to what your society or your parents and teachers tell you. That is a safe and easy way of existing; but that is not living, because in it there is fear, decay, death. To live is to find out for yourself what is true, and you can do this only when there is freedom, when there is continuous revolution inwardly, within yourself.