“This delight that we derive from the experiences of the senses from the respective objects is not abiding. It is fleeting. This delight is already past, not a fresh one, because you have called from the memory, and you need first desire and then object of the desire to be experienced with the senses. Only […]
Papaji gives the analogy of the play of samsara by telling the story of a guru who sends his disciple to fetch water and the disciple getting engrossed with his own thoughts.