We get a chance to clear the browsers we use to search for information on our computers. I wish I could clear all the browsing I have done in my head. Most of the research has been useless. The only information worth keeping is the browsing results for “Who am I?” and, “What is my specific purpose in life.” Both searches came up with the same answers. Nothing is there, nothing is happening, nothing to do and, nothing to experience. There is no need to browse anymore and waste your time. It is that simple. If this is understood then there are no more thoughts to read, no need for contemplation, no need to watch videos on self-improvement on YouTube and no need to meditate. Just enjoy what is not happening rather than the things you think are happening. This is true retirement—when you have achieved nothing, so you are not walking away from anything. Satish Daryanani