There is an art of living. One has spent years and years to become a scientist; you go to monasteries and spend all your life there, or spend one's whole life earning a livelihood which is a vocation of imitation, to become a surgeon, a doctor, you spend ten to fourteen years, and we never learn, or even spend a day to find out what is the art of living. And together, this morning, we are going to find out. Not that the speaker is going to point it out and therefore you agree or disagree, but together find out. And we are going to talk over together, not only about relationship between human beings, we are going to talk over together fear, whether there is an ending to fear, talk over together all the movement of pleasure and whether there is an ending to sorrow. And also we are going to talk over together what is religion, and what is meditation, and to find out if there is something most sacred, which is untouched by thought, something that is infinite.