As long as you exist, you have to perform service. The moment you stop, either due to incapacity or wrong choice, you will fall into an abyss. You should not let this happen. It is your nature to move from narrowness to vastness, from greatness to divinity. To allow yourself to fall into an abyss is against the characteristic of your existence.
You long for eternal bliss and endeavour for eternal life. You are fused with that unending vitality in the blood circulation of your arteries and veins and in the rhythmic throbbing of your heart. You have been listening day and night to the voice of eternal youth. In the state of supreme realisation you will be infused with boundless knowledge.
O human beings! be established in the radiance of divinity and the splendour of valour and chivalry, because yours is the path of revolution. Yours is not the path of extra caution and hesitant movement. You are the traveller on a rugged path. You have to march ahead with head held high and with your chest forward. You have no time to stagger or to look behind.Reprinted with permission of Ananda Marga Central Publications. PR Sarkar / Shrii Shrii Ánandamúrti, in 'A Few Problems Solved part 2', 2nd ed. (Ananda Marga Publications, 1987). ©1987 Ánanda Márga Pracáraka Sam'gha.