Interview in an intersection1Three days ago I was walking, and Ranjana and Durga were following me in the car. I was near my two-and-a-half-mile mark on Main Street — in the middle of a big intersection — when a young man stopped his car abruptly and got out. He said, “O Guru, I am one of your new disciples!”
Master and disciple were in the middle of a big intersection — with cars this side and that side.
I asked, “What is your name?”
He said, “Michael. I am in the Blue Centre.” He was so happy to see me; he was jumping with joy.
He said, “Yesterday I was at the tennis court.”
The night before, new disciples had been invited to the tennis court.
RB 889. 27 June 1985↩