2 Jan 2012 - QA 22

I read your book in which you said, ‘if you think you have to make a decision you are confused.’
I still feel confused. What to do?

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar:

Yes, when you think you have to make a decision that means you are confused and you have not decided. If you have decided you won’t say you need to decide.

If you say, ‘I am hungry’, that means you have not eaten. If you have eaten then you are not hungry, correct. And my job is to confuse you and not to convince anybody.

Every time you are confused you grow one step higher, so it is good.