"Life is the price we pay for running away from death "

































































Say a person watches a movie filled with rough and intense action, and comes out of the theatre crying aloud that he is tired and hurt and wants to see the doctor for treatment. Wouldn't you find that childish? Wouldn't you ridicule him because he took the images on the screen to be real? Wouldn't you censure him for taking a mere movie too seriously? This is exactly how you should deal with people that commit suicide too - for being harassed and depressed by the merely fleeting and transitory events of the world.
Based on discourses by Swami Sri Paramhansa Yoganandaji
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