If we are to live in harmony with people around us, our inner mind should be constantly dynamic and sharp. We should stabilize the mind in the “knowing state” to adjust and adapt to our surroundings.
Stabilizing the mind in the state of emptiness does not mean to live in your private world. Being in a private world will lead to many obstacles, so we should adopt the “stabilizing but non-stabilizing,” “changing but non-changing” state of mind.
We should constantly be in the state of actively controlling the changes in the inner mind. As soon as there is a change, we are immediately aware of it. If the mind is not stable because of an adverse situation, we need to change and to sacrifice for others, since we are living among them.
If we live independently, we are completely free to follow the inner mind. However, such complete freedom limits our ability to change, as well as our knowledge and awakening within the environment of our surroundings. Those who are limited by the surrounding conditions are unable to serve life and the Way.
The mind should be illuminated, open, compassionate, and sensitive but not affected by emotions. We can be sensitive, but we should not act on feelings and emotions.
We should overcome all obstacles to step into the world of Universal Concord Love, to build a world of peace.