Mulla Nasruddin died. He knocked at the doors of heaven. Saint Peter opened the door, looked at Nasruddin and said, ”But I am not expecting anybody today, because in my reservation list there is no name; nobody is to come today. So how…? You surprise me, how did you get here? Say your name loudly. Spell it, so I can check.”
So Nasruddin spelled his name loudly:”M-U-L-L-A N-A-S-R-U-D-D-I-N.”
Saint Peter went in and looked at his list, but there was nobody to come on that day. He came back and he said, ”Say! You are not expected to come here today, you are not due for ten years yet. So tell me, who is your doctor?”
Doctors can kill you before your time; do-gooders (politicians, priestcraft, society, teachers and so forth) can kill – induced spiritual sleep (death) – you before you are due, and do-gooders are always dangerous. But you are all do-gooders in your own ways, small or big. Everybody wants to change the other because everybody thinks the other is wrong; everybody wants to change the world. And this is the difference between a political (deluded) mind and the spiritual mind.