It is going against my grain to go about from door to door, country to country carrying my message. It is not the kind of work I am accustomed to. I work in the solitude and in the depth of my silence. But I did feel the call of the humans: I felt it every day, more and more.

I came out of my solitude and gave up most of my literary work in which I was engaged at that time – I came out and brought together a few students. I wanted to help these students. What was my idea? It was that education that prevails in this world is utterly wrong.

I have no doubt that some human beings will find out ...


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