LIVE IN LOVE. DO YOUR WORK. MAKE AN END OF YOUR SORROWS. …
These are Buddha's words, mind you….
SO LIVE IN LOVE.
DO YOUR WORK.
MAKE AN END OF YOUR SORROWS.
He is not against love, he is not against creativity, he is not against work either. DO YOUR WORK — because unless you do the work that is close to your heart you will remain unfulfilled. And the meditator finds immediately what his work is. The meditator finds intrinsically that this is his work; he does not have to think about it. It is so clear and so loud that he knows that he has to be a musician or he has to be a poet or he has to be this or that. It comes so clear that there is no question of doubt. And then he starts working; that work is his meditation.
The work that is happening here is totally different from the work that you have come across in your life. That was something totally different. When I give you some work it is to help your growth. Until you become capable of finding your own work I will go on giving it to you — only up to the moment when you are capable of finding it yourself. And any work that is being given here is nothing but a meditation for you. If it is not a meditation for you then you have not understood my message at all.