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With a gentle wave of the hand) Go the way you came. 31 4. THE MISSIONARY A few spick-and-span Europeans entered the Hall one morning, slightly bowed to Bhagavan and sat in the front row. , Christian colleges, and public halls of towns and cities in India. One of the others was his private secretary. The preacher began with a question to set the ball rolling towards his pet theme. After some answers Bhagavan eventually referred him to the Self as the ultimate reality, without knowing the identity and motive of the questioner.
Bh. Do you know that I? V. (after a little hesitation) Leave the I-question to the philosophers and answer my question. Voice. What? Is Time or Space dearer to you than your own self? Bh. (seeing the visitor nonplussed) All these questions are superfluous. One thing you must bear in mind is that no question can be solved without Self-knowledge. On the realisation of the Self everything becomes clear and all problems are solved. 6. THE SCIENTIST A fortnight later a science student strolled in. Student.
Bh. Leave God alone for the present. What of yourself? P. I want confirmation of the Self. Bh. You seek confirmation of yourself from others? How do you know that others exist? P. By my senses. Bh. ‘My’ implies the ‘I’, which owns the senses. You take your existence for granted, at the same time ask others to prove it to you. Similarly you admit the certainty of your senses, which see others, whilst denying all certainty. You see how you contradict yourself. The fact is that there are no others: there is no such a person as ‘you’.