Suppose there is a big garden of mangoes and both the intellectuals and devotees arrive there at the same time. The devotees climb up the trees and begin eating mangoes to their hearts’ content. But the intellectuals only watch from a distance and start analyzing how many branches the tree has, how many sub-branches and so on. They engage themselves in counting, and later they find that there are no mangoes left – all have been eaten by the devotees!
March 12th, 2010