Mistakes & Mystics
There are only two kinds of people in the world: mystics and mistakes. If you are seeing life just the way it is, you are a mystic in the world’s eyes. If there are big errors in your perception, you are a mistake. If your perception is changing at different times of your life, clearly what you did yesterday, or how you saw life yesterday, was a mistake. What you are doing now seems to be the right thing to you. But this can change anytime. What you do today may seem like a mistake tomorrow, and what you do tomorrow will might seem to be the right thing. So, there is a mistake in the way we perceive life. When this gets corrected, people think you are a mystic because you are beginning to perceive life in a way that is way beyond logic.
If your experience of life transcends the limitations of sense perception, you are known as a mystic. You experience life in a way that others do not know. You make things happen in a way that they cannot understand. So they call you a mystic. There is nothing wrong in being a mistake. But not realising the mistake is the biggest mistake. When you were in the womb, you had eyes, but could not see. You had ears, but probably could not hear. At birth, your sense organs naturally opened up for survival.
For anything that is beyond survival to open up, it needs striving. Invest time and resources to build infrastructure for deeper exploration of yourself. That is where ultimate well-being is, and ultimate liberation.