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Good-bye, Mr Patel II - The Sequel

A story of self discovery and quest for flawless vision

Look beyond the tip of your nose. Go there, out in the distance where the two sides of the road appear to come together, and destroy the myth – ‘what you see with your eyes is reality’.

Totality is akin to seeing the whole river from source to mouth before claiming you have seen the river, until then all you have done is to stand by the river to see a section of it and be deluded that you have in fact seen the river.

Life does not pose problems that call for solutions, and if it does, then my perceptions are warped…

Enlightenment is spawned out of a 360-degree awareness of one’s total setting, enabled by supernatural sensory perceptions. When one is enlightened, one’s understanding of all hidden dimensions of the environment is so deep that it cannot be expressed in comprehensible words to a mind that is ordinary; there is no spoken language for it, but simply a state of total dynamic silence where even the notion of sound is absent.

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Good-bye, Mr Patel II - The Sequel

  • Look beyond the tip of your nose. Go there, out in the distance where the two sides of the road appear to come together, and destroy the myth – ‘what you see with your eyes is reality’. Good-bye, Mr Patel II - The Sequel
  • Thank You

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ISBN 978-0-9562920-3-2 | Published by Langshott Leadership Foundation

A story of self-discovery and quest for flawless vision. The journey continues; this time inward, not linear.
‘What you see with your eyes is reality’ is a myth.