Go to graveyards, watch dead bodies. I encourage that as a Teacher. See a body burning and you will lose all seriousness that you about your own body. You must see how the body burns. You must see. India is just the right place to see that. Here in Rishikesh also, you must be having a Shamshan Ghaat, you must go there. You know what a Shamshan Ghaat is? Where you have all the funerals, all the pyres burning.
There they arrange this bed of woods – the pyre – keep the body on that, put some more wood on the body. And then some ghee is poured and some incense, and some other fancy stuff, and then somebody comes and lights the pyre. After some time, the son comes with a hammer and breaks the skull. And stuff comes out of the skull.
And that’s me; and that’s you.
Accepted. Dead. Not only in the future, already dead.
Now what to do?
Order a pizza.
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