Jaldhar H. Vyas
jaldhar at BRAINCELLS.COM
Mon Feb 22 06:40:13 CST 1999
On Sun, 21 Feb 1999, Vivekananda Centre wrote:
> Sir - I am a student of Maths and can appreciate the algebra above. Provided
> you give all parameters about the trains we can work out when they will
> meet. We do no need timetable for it. The concepts are both of the relative
> world and the relative world can work out the details you require very
> easily. How does this solve the problem of explaining the relationship
> between maya and brahman - do we think the relationship of maya and brahman
> is this trivial?
Conceptually it is that trivial. Which doesn't mean it is at all easy in
> In your last sentence you say:
> 'snake-rope example illustrates suprimposition nothing more. Do not read
> anything else into it.'
> Do you mean to say that the statement we started with
> 'snake in the rope DOES illustrate relationship between maya and brahman'.
> perhaps may not be the best example ?
Without any knowledge of what you consider "good" in terms of examples,
how can that question be answered. It has worked for thousands of years
and it works for me.
Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>
"bhava shankara deshikame sharaNam"
List archives : http://listserv.tamu.edu/archives/advaita-l.html
More information about the Advaita-l mailing list