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Chapter 8: Session 8

This is the very essence, the ultimate good. The Book of Mirdad must have been conceived in such moments. There are very few books which have been conceived in such moments: Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching..

Don’t be worried about time. Can you ever be freed from all worries, just like me.free from all concerns? Yes, I know you can - one day you will be. But for the moment, I am a madman and you are a fool; what a strange combination..

Om mani padme hum

Om mani padme hum

Om mani padme hum

Om mani padme hum.

Now I am only concerned with beauty, that is why I am mad. Just in this beautitude, if you can imagine.it is so beautiful. I know the origin, I recognize it immediately..

The tears in my eyes

are good, so good.

The roses are blooming,

the birds are singing again,

and these fools don’t know..

When there are words, nobody expects words and flowers to be together. You must think that I am talking nonsense. It is impossible for me to go out of my mind - I cannot. I go out but I have no mind. I am a madman not a fool. I am at such a height that to even say anything is difficult..

Om mani padme hum..