When one has established oneself in equal-mindedness, Krishna installs Himself in his heart. His voice becomes the conscience that guides him at every step. Through Yoga, fortitude must be acquired; through Japa, sense control must be earned; through Sadhana, the mind should be filled with peace. But these effects are not noticeable, though the causes are practised. People close themselves in their shrine rooms and perform puja, offer flowers, fruits and later emerge from the place only to shout and swear, frighten and fight with all and sundry. Man must be a yogi always, under all circumstances, says the Gita. This means he will be ever in ananda. Faith in God can ensure equanimity and balance. Knowledge must develop into skill, which must be directed into skill, which must be directed and regulated by a sense of balance. Or else, skill degenerates into 'kill'.
- Baba -