It is a common impression that one can practice meditation only when one is at leisure and has no work to do. This impression is unfounded. Man always longs for physical pleasures and comforts. These pleasures and comforts are responsible for binding the human beings to the worldly objects which are hidden snares of illusion (Maya). Dadu Sahib says, “All the comforts of the world are the veils of illusion (Maya).”