We should not eagerly wait for the results of our actions; rather focus upon improving our ability and adeptness to perform service in better way. Leave the results and decision in the hand of God. We have to learn the art of true selflessness from the figurines of Bhakti (Gopis). We should put full sincere effort in performing seva for Hari and Guru but in the meantime we should remember that only due to His grace the Seva may or may not be accomplished. The fact is that we do not have any ability of our own to achieve any attainment, irrespective of any field. If our labour or ‘seva’ bears any fruit, then we should be grateful of His grace, taking it as He has accepted our ‘seva’ as a token of love.
Again, if we have some weakness which acts as hindrance in performing ‘seva’, then we should pray earnestly for the mercy to Hari and Guru by shedding tears. We should solicit Him to empower us for accomplishing His seva. One can strive hard, evoke his all might but everything depends upon His grace. In this spiritual path, seeker has to do everything by surrendering the result to God’s wish. We have to generate the intense longingness for ‘sadhana’ and ‘seva’ and accordingly effort should be put. Only our best endeavour will not accomplish anything. When Guru will observe our dedication and devotion, impossible will even say I’m possible.
The secret to this transformation is hidden only in our surrender. We need to realize our helplessness and inability and in the meanwhile should have complete faith upon His capability in saving us. We have to interlace selflessness along with our endeavour. This amalgam of selflessness, helplessness, utmost faith and deep love for Hari and Guru will empower us to free ourselves from the shackles of materialistic chains and Maya.