The man said, “I was just on the way to being cooked and you pulled me out.”
God tried a third time. Of course now he was experienced and trying to find the middle way. And it is said he found the middle way – the Indian.
After the discourse I do some work with Sheela, anything concerned with sannyasins’ spiritual growth. And nearabout ten o’clock I take my last glass of juice and go into sleep or samadhi, which are both the same to me. Now you can see that I don’t have anything beyond the juice.
The juice is the last and ultimate thing: Raso vai saha, that which is nothing but juice. In the Sanskrit sutra they do not use the pronoun “he”; instead they use “that.” It is quite clear that they are referring to existence itself and not to a non-existent God.