People who are free, regret that they don't have discipline. They keep promising that they will become disciplined. People who are disciplined look for the end. (Discipline is not an end in itself, it is a means.)
Look at the people who have no discipline; they are miserable. Freedom without discipline is absolute misery. Discipline without freedom is suffocating.
Orderliness is monotonous and chaos is stressful.
We have to make the discipline free and the freedom disciplined.
People who are in company all the time, they look for the comforts of solitude. People who are in solitude, feel so lonely and want to be in company.
People who are in a cold place want to be in a warm place. People who are in a warm place love something cool.
This is the dilemma of life: Everyone is looking for perfect balance. Perfect balance is like a razor's edge. It can only be found in the self.
There is no road to this town and there are no steps to this house.
How do you get in? Figure it all out.
Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar