Wars outside are the expression of what’s on the inside.
Everywhere we look, it’s like the fuse of the bomb is lit, and the only difference is how long the fuse is. It’s only a matter of time. Some have a short fuse, already blowing up; others have a long fuse, slowly, slowly, slowly, slowly, slowly burning.
Because the basic core understanding of “what is a human being” is gone! Now the only thing that exists is reasons and logic.
We have armies, but believe me, no soldier wants to fight. No soldier wants to fight. If they don’t have to fight and risk their life...? Because those soldiers have a baby waiting for them at home, have a wife waiting at home—and in their imagination, a future waiting at home—and they want to come home.
But there is something in us that also makes us fight. There is something in us that also makes us fight. We are a projector. Everything, we project. When we are happy, we smile. Not on purpose—we just smile! When we are sad, we have a very long face.
It doesn’t matter how funny the situation is—still, we express! And the war outside is the expression of the film that’s playing on the inside.
– Prem Rawat