Better times were in India when I had not much at all. I saw nothing but wanted to see God. I heard nothing, just wanted to hear God's voice. I was completely blind, deaf, and dumb to the world. That's why I dared to go alone into the Himalayas. Even after somewhat enlightenment, I went around, just went around. And then some people looked at my hand and said I'd become a Buddha in the future soon, soon. For my ideas at that time, you can imagine how I believed such a thing. Because I was told that after initiation into the Guan Yin Method, nobody can read your destiny anymore because you're free, free, the moment of initiation. And whatever makes trouble afterwards, it's just your mind, your mind. Your soul is free. OK, now. We have another problem coming for Lord Mahavira. It's a torture by Kalahasti, another enemy somewhere. Now the Lord Mahavira has left the Chorak village. He went to the outskirts of Kalambuka village, another nearby village. Why does He keep going from one place to another? Anybody know? “He is not supposed to cling to any situation because that environment would drag Him down.” That's right.