Every man knows in his heart that nothing is worth doing.
Teaching enlightenment is like dancing about architecture. Is there anything less seemingly enlightened than a teacher of enlightenment?
Yet even a taste of it fills the cells with desire to share it. Purpose! What else is the enlightened to do than seek out people to share it with?
An enlightenment teacher is either one who has transcended the reality of futility, or one who has found a way to deny it—and now offers the panacea of purpose to others.
Only the enlightened can say which.
 G.K Chesterton, The Man Who Was Thursday