We have thoughts. Thoughts, on their own, are not harmful to us. When we get a thought of the infinite, we merge in it and it is wonderful. When we think of a finite subject, the thought ends and is followed by thought on another finite subject, creating a flow. It is the flow of thoughts that carries us away and we lose our balance. It is like sitting in calm waters—nothing happens. The fast-flowing water in the river can carry us away. So have thought, but not the momentum of finite thinking that leads to your peace being disturbed. — Satish Daryanani