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But there was no hiding from Conscience. Not in new homes and new cars. In travel. In meditation or frantic activity. In children, in good works. On tiptoes or bended knee. In a big career. Or a small cabin. It would find you. The past always did. Which was why… it was vital to be aware of actions in the present. Because the present became the past, and the past grew. And got up, and followed you. And found you… Who wouldn’t be afraid of this?
Because of these new car models there is suddenly on the streets of Delhi a new intolerance by the motorists for both the cows and the cyclists. So for the first time the sacred cow in India, which used to be such a wonderful speed-breaker, is now seen as a nuisance. For the first time, I?ve seen cows being hit and hurt. These guys just go right past, and if the cow is sitting on the road, they don?t care. We can?t afford to have a sacred car rather than a sacred cow.
People race to achieve everything by a certain age in their life, be it 40, 50 or 60 – but with increasing life spans 50 or 60 might be just the beginning of a new career, or just the point when you begin to get into your stride. There used to be a syndrome of me retiring at 65 and then dying not long after because their life was stripped of meaning, without their work. But these days you may live another 20 or 30 years beyond 65 so you have to figure out where you can make another contribution.
Sometimes we get wrong notions, we think we have to be in a luxurious house, in a large city, with a new car in order to be happy. Happiness isn’t there. Happiness isn’t in a new car, it isn’t in a new and luxurious apartment. Happiness isn’t in banks and stocks. Happiness is where you make it, it’s up to you. It comes from within, it doesn’t come from things.
Economies and societies invariably remake themselves in the wake of a crisis. It’s a necessary component of rebound and recovery. Outmoded industries and tired consumption habits make way for new goods and services, new careers and forms of employment, and population realigns itself in the landscape. All these developments are connected to lifestyle changes.
In a consumer society, expectations dare not plateau, because a growing economy depends on rising expectations… The more we let our level of contentment be determined by outside factors-a new car, fashionable clothes, a prestigious career, social status-the more we relinquish control over our own happiness.
The reason I keep talking about a wife and saying the word wife on stage is because it seems a funny word to me. The more you say it, the more it seems to detach from that person and become this sort of abstract thing: that you would set out to find a wife, that it would be an objective like buying a new car.
A salesman called on my wife the other day and tried to sell her a freezer. You’ll save a fortune on your food bills, he promised. I can’t tell you how much you’ll save. It’ll be tremendous. Said my wife: I’m sure you’re right, but we’re already saving a fortune with our new car by not taking the bus. We’re saving a fortune with our new washing machine by not sending out the laundry. We’re saving a fortune with our new dishwasher by giving up the maid. The plain truth is that right now we just can’t afford to save any more!