Guru—Disciple : 4.


Part-4.

One lady said to me in Sydney :

"I would like to be your disciple because I think I can work in harmony with you. It is easy to work with you, so I would like to be your disciple."

This is a very clever way of looking at it.

The other people are hard task masters but you seem to be an easy man, cheap, so I would like to be your disciple.

I told her  :

"I am only a disciple myself, I am still trying to be a disciple to my Guru. I don’t know what it is to be a Guru."

Why do you appoint the other man as your Guru?

Because you think he is easy to please, or he is cheap, inexpensive.

Sri Swami Venkatesananda
To be continued  ....


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