' There is no 'me' ...

In enlightenment basically, whether it happens through understanding or through devotional surrender or whether it happens through good deeds being done in such a way that there is no "me" doing them, there is just one common thing.

The common factor is that there is no "me".

You are the reality, you cannot talk of reality.

The moment you talk or think of something,

it is in phenomenality and therefore conceptual.

-A Net of Jewels
Ramesh S. Balsekar

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