A life without meditation is like a winter landscape. With the sun-hidden. The flowers frozen. And the wind whispering through the withered leaves. And everyone knows it. Because everyone lives it that way. Though no one needs it to live that way. But why this is so? This is so because life’s needs require an occupied mind and meditation means unoccupiedness. We train ourselves to be occupied and than forget that one needs to be unoccupied sometimes to know the ecstasy of sheer existence. One is to be totally vacant inside, because only then one is a HOST to the Divine GUEST.