Our dreaming and waking states are unreal. They occur in the light of consciousness where consciousness is the subject. It is the observer, that which is real.
Serving the community, serving other people is direct service to the Self. Never mistake service as supporting others or helping others. The whole world is the Self. When one serves oneself, it is the smaller self, when one helps others without expectation, that is true spirituality.
It is important to understand the various limbs of Yoga. Unless one understands these limbs of spiritual practice, one shall not be sure or ascertained about the proper spiritual discipline that one should take up. Understanding the nature of mind and its relation to the spirit as well as the world is important. Understanding Jnana and Bhakti in that context becomes vital.
Youth has to be guided. They have to be nurtured and tuned. When consciousness is awakened in youth, it triggers a world welfare movement. It is to be realized that it is spirituality which is the link that connects youth to welfare.
Maya, if understood can open up new avenues. The spiritual world is not an imaginary conception but a reality, if we are take sadhana seriously. Understanding spirituality through Bhakti Yoga, can open the spiritual world for us.