First me, and then any thing else, is normally the most feasibly available thought in ones mental cycle hovering all around. It’s an utopia only to eliminate this phenomenon howsoever best one tries to be impartial by compromising at least some part of it for the sake of selflessness. But if it is left as it is, the very grace part of life’s mission is lost. The mission of life lies, inter-alia, in doing some good things which interest others and are not confined to one’s own self alone. Doings are always secondary to thinking. What we think counts more than what we actually do in physical terms. As illustrated in Bhagwatgeeta, the very thought process, and not the physical part of it as an act, determines one’s role. One interpretation of it defines celibacy more as an act of mind, the medulla oblongata, than an element of physical performance. In terms of it, if a person physically abstains from any sexual activity, this by itself is no practicing any celibacy unless he/ she is able to discard the very thought of it mentally. Mind is the master and what master does matters. Same measuring rod applies to routine activities too. If a prick pinches me, I am supposed to similarly think when such an eventuality causes pain to some body else as an offshoot of my activities. This actually warrants that I have to refrain from doing any thing that causes pain or discomfort even to the person at the receiving end. This is actually the stage when I have to rise above my self-centredness before indulging into any activity that causes pain or even inconvenience to others, physically or mentally. It is blatantly selfish to get dominated by self-centredness sans thinking for others in the similar circumstances.