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Arjuna: Dear James, for the last 10 years I have often thought of myself as Arjuna, and I can at last say that I have finally met you, noble friend, on the field of battle. As I read Chapter VI of the Gita this morning I am filled with gratitude and moved to my core for the light that you have shed on every word that I read there. What an incomparable gift! And what an incomparable gift to understand that the beauty and bliss that I see, reflected in my mind, is what I truly and always have been. Einstein said of the apparent substantiality of the world that it is “a stubbornly persistent illusion,” and today that is what I am left with. I can see the reflection of the self in my mind, but the illusion that I am separate from that persists. I will persevere with my inquiry.
~ With love, Arjuna
James: Oh, Mighty-Armed Arjuna, with a heart that knows no otherness, contemplate on me alone. I will liberate you from all dharmas.
~ Your own self