I watch athletes practicing on a field. I watch singers and musicians practicing their notes. The more you practice, the more you improve your skills. Even spiritual Masters practice yoga, breathing exercises, and sitting in silence. I am the opposite. I like to play sports without warming up and practicing. Playing a sport enough will improve my skills, yet I get bored with practice. I prefer to just play the game. I did not even practice spirituality. I just enjoyed the show, watching this crazy mind, and I let God’s grace in. If peace, wisdom, or sick thoughts come, that is the Lord’s problem. If I practiced, I would be good at something instead being a Jack of all trades and a master of none. I guess learning from experience became my practice, so I learned the hard way instead of making the mistakes by practicing. I give credit to all those who practice, as it shows they really love what they are doing. I do not even practice what I would say and do if and when I would meet God. All I can do is burst out laughing at how cool He is, and practice just being myself.— Satish Daryanani

Man practicing Tai Chi on the beach