Never follow any impulse to teach, however strong it might be. The command to teach is not felt as an impulsion.
You will always have doubts, but only discover them at a useful time for your weakness to point them out.
You may have forgotten the Way: But those who came beforeDid not forget you.Saying of Master Bahaudin Naqshband of Bokhara
When you feel least interested in following the Way which you have entered, this may be the time when it is most appropriate for you.
If you forsake a path, it is because you were hoping for conviction from it. You seek conviction, not self-knowledge.
Do not dwell upon whether you will put yourself into the hands of a teacher. You are always in his hands.