Supreme Life Has No Form
Human beings are cellular chauvinists.
Atomic elements are alive, and they fear their own death when experiencing inflammation (metal fatigue).
They die and are resurrected just like plant and animal cells, except their lifespans usually last far longer than the oldest yew and pine trees (even the five-needled pines).
One of the greatest cosmic creations of atomic assembly (other than a God-Realized Human Being) is the Mother Goddess Chomolungma.
Western matter-mongers call her Mount Everest, as if she was a lifeless conglomeration of inanimate matter.
Chombi the Sherpa, one of her prophets said, “Everything is alive. The Mother Goddess is very powerful.”
Meanwhile, back in the United States …
We were eating shrimp-onion-mushroom omelettes at Carrows Restaurant in Carpinteria.
I asked Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty), “Why does shattered glass represent broken fixations?”
We were interrupted by our waitress, who set down cold glasses of water on the table.
My glass immediately began cracking, a zigzag line running most of the way down to its bottom.
Water leaked on to the table.
Adano smiled at me, and never did answer my question, but I guess one of my fixations had been broken.
Re: Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose