Morning Walk April 26, 1976, Melbourne—760426MW-MELBOURNE [29:14 Minutes]
1001) Whether I know with the knowledge of Brahman, I can’t understand Bhagavan! Taught by Srila Prabhupada!
Gurukrpä: But I think they are doubtful, though.
Prabhupäda: Yes. Otherwise why they come? They’re doubtful.
Gurukrpä: Asamsayam samagram.
Prabhupäda: That… Yes. That verse?
mayy äsakta-manäh pärtha yogam yunjan mad-äsrayah
asamsayam samagram mäm yathä jnäsyasi tac chrnu [Bg. 7.1]
Asamsayam: “Without any doubt, and in fullness, as you understand, I’ll see to[?].” This is our faith. We have no asamsaya, and we have no imperfect understanding. Asamsayam samagram. Asamsayam means “without any doubt,” and samagram means “in full.” You know simply Brahman. That is that full knowledge. Brahmeti paramätmeti bhagavän iti sabdyate [SB 1.2.11]. That’s all right. You have come to the light, just like you have come to the sunshine, light, but does not mean that you have gone to the sun globe or you have seen the sun-god. That will take many millions of years to become so perfect. But you have come to the light—that much credit to you. That is ordinary. Everyone sees the sunlight. That does not require much endeavor. But if you want to go to the sun globe and enter there to see the sun-god, then that requires special qualification. So you are ordinary man. You have come to the light from darkness. That much credit to you, that’s all. [break] ———————