“Don’t think of the result. Leave the result to me: you simply act.” The mind cannot do that. Before the mind acts it asks for the result; it acts because of the result. If there will be a result, only then will it act. People come to me and ask, “If we meditate, what will happen? What will be the result?” Remember, meditation can never be result-oriented; you simply meditate, that’s all. Everything happens but it will not be a result. If you are seeking the result nothing will happen; meditation will be useless.