Progress at Berkeley1The first time I went to Berkeley, it was not at all a good experience. One person would ask me a question and six others would stand up to answer it. I could not answer a question before two or three others also started answering the question. Then, while I was speaking, people in the audience were whistling.
But they have made progress at Berkeley. This time when I came they were silent, and they were kind enough to clap after the meditation.
WE 36. 11 June 1982↩
Sri Chinmoy, The world-experience-tree-climber, part 1, Agni Press, 1986