He comments on fear saying that the ant bites, not because we will take away the rice grain from it, but out of fear.
He says of the good dying, referring to Naren’s untimely death, “The god takes away the good so that they do not see the karmam (ills)”.
He says that it is impossible to be liked by all. Even in the case of gods, if ten people like them, ten other people blame them …
He says that differances are part of existence - that the five fingers are not alike. He says fair parents can have dark children, and can they then disown them, he asks.
Eashwaramma says, “The sun is cursed in the sense that when there is no sun due to clouds, we curse it, and also when it comes out in full power, we curse … saying it is too hot. ‘Should we say so ?’”