I remember the butterflies I’d feel in my stomach while I was anxiously waiting for the arrival of my spiritual Master. Today, we wait anxiously for prayers, offers, solutions, or answers to be given. Now, if I am anxious for something to occur, I realize nothing can satisfy me more than the smile of my Master, for which I was anxious. Now I let everything take its time, as I can only benefit from the results that occur. We all wait anxiously for God to reveal Himself. Let Him take His time, or you might be disappointed by the difference between what God is and what you think God is. Some anxiously wait for heaven, and they will realize that they missed heaven while being alive. The only thing to be anxious about is how the next moment may be better than the current moment. I am already living in ecstasy. — Satish Daryanani