Chapter 14: It Is Your Mind Again
Lalbahadur Shastri apologized to me. I said, “Not to me. Ask your uncle for an apology.”
The poor old man did not know how to phone so he told somebody else to phone - he had never used a phone. He was carrying a few clothes with him and that was all that he had brought.
And he said, “I have just come to see you. I will not waste your time. You are a busy man, but before I die I wanted to see.”
You just have to teach your politicians - spread the understanding that they have to be more human. I am not against politicians; I am against the political profession destroying their humanity. It is possible to separate both, then they can do better, serve better. And if humanity remains beating in their hearts, we can hope that they will not serve death, they will serve life.