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Got them, I went to every known master of the time. She was intellectually so brilliant and is longing so great if you went to a place where normally somebody would pick it up in years, she would do it in weeks, the types of sympathies he achieved, all eight of them. But still, he knew this is not fullness. Life still long. When nothing else works, he took to an extreme past, which is called a Simonas, one of the most basic aspects of their life is they never ask for food.


Just keep walking, walking, walking, walking. God damn, I took the part so severely that he didn't walk in the direction past where food is. He simply walked straight. In the process, he destroyed his body so badly, his body became so weak. He became all skin and bones because he did not go in search of food. Unless it came to him, he never ate. One day he came to the banks of. This is Wall Street, just about two feet flowing swiftly, he came, he tried to cross halfway down, he could not take another step.


He did not have the strength in his body. There was a dead branch of a tree. He held on it. We do not know how long he stood there in his weakness and his inability to stand there, holding onto this must have felt like a long time. It might have been just a few minutes. It may be a few hours. We don't know. But it is experience. It was a long time. He just hummed and.


He has no strength to take the next step. But he's not the kind to give up. Then suddenly he realized the problem was that he was trying to realize, not allowing that to take him. He's trying to take that. He's trying to realize something which is limitless, which is boundless. Then he became absent. Suddenly he had the scene to take those few steps across the river, went and sat down under the body tree. He sat down and decided.


I will sit here, either I must become a part of it or I will die here. I will not get it from this place. He just said. The full moon was right. And we added to the list and he said that in a certain state of ecstasy and blissful less. Tom.