Doesn't Nisargadatta teach felicity, the art of life? If true reality is unknowable and undefinable and our world transient and illusory, aren't all words inherently false? By his own admission, once he begins to explain his experience with words, the words immediately fail to convey the experience. Isn't he telling his illusory story to illusory separate beings in order that they may experience the hidden reality behind all? His teachings can be seen as the ultimate allegory, if you look from a certain angle.
I AM is all that is. Everything else is malleable.
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