When you are sick, you take medicine. You may get better and survive. So, does the sickness die as you get better? No, but your suffering  ends. Basically, it is your misery that ends. We are able to know ourselves from the age of four, and that’s when our misery really begins. Our misery is always about the future—the future, which does not come. We suffer in our youth. We take medicine so that we will get comfortable in our old age. However, we need more medicine to end our suffering. Sickness can be removed when we stop worrying about things, things that will not happen. Only our true selves are without sickness. — Satish Daryanani

Medicine and thermometer