I am a parent of 3 young boys, I need to work to earn a living, and I above all am committed to nondual self knowledge. Sometimes all I really want to do is run off to an ashram and meditate or study scripture.
However, I know my svadharma as a parent requires me to do what needs to be done, without attachment to results, to attain the highest good. This means being available as a parent in a way that my sons need me, while at the same time adhering to my spiritual needs and earning a reasonable living. It’s not an either or scenario.
I can't be the best parent I need to be if I negate my spiritual self.
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