A. The simple answer is: Any act that can help someone, or at least not hurt anyone is a perfect act. Always put yourself in the shoes of the other person. The realization will come that the action is being done through you and not by you. The moment you lose this awareness, the action is no longer a perfect act. You are free from all the results just by keeping this awareness all the time. If you give a wonderful talk, you will enjoy it as much as the audience—as you are a listener. The talk is done by the Lord. This thought, too, can be enjoyed by you just as everyone enjoys it. It is written through your body, but also read by you. Every act will be enjoyed when you are witnessing the actions happening through you. The true, perfect act happens with the perfect hands of the Perfect One. Today, my beloved Master left his body in 2002. This is in His honor. — Satish Daryanani

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