Many think they’re on a track that leads to where they want to go, but upon further investigation, if you’re always looking (reaching) for a different train, the fault lies in the chosen train not being on the right track.
A train uses tracks to get from one place to another. Let’s say you’re taking a train from New Jersey to New York, if you get on a train that is using tracks other than the ones that are leading to NY, you will not get to where you want to go. It’s not the trains fault, it can only go on the tracks that it’s placed on and it’s not the tracks fault because they can only take you in the direction that they’re designed to go. You cannot get to Maine on a train slated with tracks that go to Vermont. It’s imperative to get on a train that has its tracks going to where you want to go, this makes the most sense and is the most beneficial to you. But if this is compared to the path of most lives, why is it that so many get on a train that has tracks that lead to somewhere other than where one truly wants to go? If this wasn’t true one would never have a need to check to see if they were on the right train.
I have been to Grand Central Station in NY many times and it takes patience and understanding to get on the right train. If I just hop on a random train, I am leaving me getting to where I want to go to chance. If I’m lucky, I may get to my destination, but not without much wasted energy and fanfare. There are many books, seers, methods, and whatnot that can be described as the trains we get on (use), but the main thing to see is where their tracks lead. Many tracks don’t lead to what one is truly looking for. One gets on many so called wrong trains and they’re only wrong because of where their tracks lead, so if you want to get to where you truly want to be, don’t just get on any train, investigate and get on the train whose tracks lead you to the place where you are truly free and that is where you should want to be.