“ If you become a full-fledged life, everything that you do will be useful for everybody around you and everything around you. Instead of becoming a full-fledged life you are trying to pretend with duty, with morality, with ethic and all kinds of things. You're trying to imitate life, you are trying to imitate a good life; it's not going to work. ”
There is no need to do any duty in this world because the duty will bring boredom to everybody and burdensome-ness to you. If you are in an inclusive state of experience, every opportunity you get to do something is wonderful for you. To the limits you will do whatever you can do. Is it your duty? It is not your duty, it is your life
we have to be alive to it every moment and as the context changes, what we do has to change. Morality and mortality are not very different.
If with every single act that you do, you create what you care for, then whatever you get or do not get, your life is beautiful.
Whatever action you perform in your life, there is a consequence to it. There is no such thing as you must perform only this type of action and you must not perform another type of action. You can do anything. But you must be in a state to accept the consequences joyously.
when somebody is feeling very human, he doesn't need morality. He will be fine the way he is. But instead of being a human being, he becomes a Christian or a Hindu or a Muslim or an Indian or a Pakistani or some many things. So instead of a human identity he takes on a different identity. Now you can do most horrible things with great pride