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First Public Question and Answer in Madras - 1981
First Question and Answer Meeting in Madras
Tuesday, January 6,
Q1: Your appeal to stand up against the corrupt and immoral society like a rock protruding from the mid-stream of a river confuses me deeply.
Q2: You often switch over from mind to brain. Is there any difference between them?
Q3: Even though I understand each and every word of K, the message remains vague. What should I do to understand his message fully?
Q4: Is there really such a thing as transformation? What is it to be transformed?
Q5: I think that the saints created idols and stories to teach man how to lead a good and correct life. How can you call it nonsense?
Q6: You say that if one individual changes he can transform the world. In spite of your sincerity the world has gone from bad to worse. Is there such a thing as destiny?
Q7: Can a teacher inculcate decent behaviour in poverty-stricken children?
Q8: How does one go to the very source of thought so that there is a possibility of silencing the thinking process itself?
The Vitality of a Free Mind
Why do we divide the spiritual and the mundane?
Creation comes out of meditation
Does compassion spring from observation or thought?
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