It may seem that it is a personal wish. But falls under the 3rd: God's wish. Can we select our mother and father? One can only act and react to what has already been destined. What I said is actually beyond life and death and there is no necessity for any seeking. My words are only in the tune of acceptance and contentment not seeking. You need to read a lot before you get to understand what I’m saying. If you are really interested to know, please read the Bhagavat Gita.[/QUOTE] Choosing where and how to drive a car one feels that it is in one’s hands but whether they will return safely back home is not in their hands. Why worry and what is your concept of faith. When the cup is full to the brim, it only overflows and does not take anything further. We need to empty it to fill any further. Similarly we need to keep our mind free to accept new things as it is. The words that are ambiguous to you have been generalized by you as meaningless, slaughtered and even questioned the capability of my faith in others and other’s faith in me. I respect your thoughts and have nothing against it. I only wished to convey something that I deeply felt was meaningful and wanted to share it. But your attachment towards your beliefs is so full that you are not able to even hear any further. This is what I meant by unattachment. At least for a moment drop all your knowledge and understanding and just listen. Just listening is enough. That is like being a lotus leaf. We have to learn from nature and it is not chemical or man-made. Be with all your knowledge and understanding. But don’t get your head filled with it and be drowned. Spend some time for listening. Some day you will realize that this practice helps you.