Swamiji: This is a unique program. “Unique” means it is not a program. Everybody knows what unique means from his own side. That is why I do not have to ask each of you what you know, but what I know I will tell you. I know that a unique person cannot exist as a human head, heart, and hands if he is only a born human being. As such, he will never have any unique program. Everybody is understanding a unique program as “my concept, my idea, my knowledge,” when all three are not there—neither an idea, nor a concept, nor any information about what is unique is there in unborn.
Swamiji: … We are here on earth and became human beings. What wrong is there that we are human beings, with senses, minds, and organs? What is wrong is that we will die! That is the only wrong. [Laughter] Otherwise, a human being is most wonderful. If he is most wonderful, then what is his purpose? This has not been recorded in books written by our elders, or persons who have the sense of otherness. The sense of a human being is the sense of otherness, or that there are chaytan (sentience) and jar (insentience), an aware mind and not aware feet and teeth. Why is it that a human being believes he is aware because of the mind, intellect and ego-sense, but his ribs, shoulders, stomach, feet, and hands do not have awareness?
… After meditation, I take a chance to speak a few words to all of you the world over, to all our friends who are in the Space of Oneness and meditating. Some of these friends have realized the knowledge of the Self, Pure Free Forever, Amaram Hum Madhuram Hum. I would like to inform the audience, listeners, or all human beings that you have been Divine Space, the Space of Oneness, which is Chidakash (the Space of Pure Consciousness). That Chidakash is from where the mahakash (space underlying all), akash (space), and bhootakash (elemental space), from where all the bhootas (elements) and jeevas (beings) have appeared. These are Sanskrit words. But for your information I will say in English that human beings are born, they study, they live, they become old, and a hundred years later, one by one, everybody goes away, not letting anybody know how the millennium has been finished. This is the cycle, or revolution, of a gigantic wheel of the universe—of appearance, living in time and space, and disappearing in time and space.