It's always better to handle things around you, rather than trying to handle things somewhere else, because then, you'll just dissipate your energies. You'll waste your life talking about it; not doing anything about it.
Additional information/ Source: Book: Why Suffering? page 25
If with every single act that you do, you create what you care for, then whatever you get or do not get, your life is beautiful.Expand ⇕
If you become a full-fledged life, everything that you do will be useful for everybody around you and everything around you. Instead of becoming a full-fledged life you are trying to pretend with duty, with morality, with ethic and all kinds of things. You’re trying to imitate life, you are trying to imitate a good life; it's not going to work.Expand ⇕
Once there is a distance between you and your body, once there is a distance between you and your mind this is the end of suffering, this being cannot suffer any more; question of conflict doesn’t arise.Expand ⇕
If you do things with willpower, you may get to do things, but at the end of the day you will have a long face. Instead of trying to do this with willpower, you do it with devotion, you do it with love. Not because you have to do, but because you really want to doExpand ⇕
You give your problems too many names because you like to decorate your problems. If you decorate your problems you may not want to get rid of them.Expand ⇕