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NINETEENTH Khanda


1. "When one believes, then one perceives. One who does not believe, does not perceive. Only he who believes, perceives. This belief, however, we must desire to understand."
"Sir, I desire to understand it."


TWENTIETH Khanda


1. "When one attends on a tutor (spiritual guide), then one believes. One who does not attend on a tutor, does not believe. Only he who attends, believes. This attention on a tutor, however, we must desire to understand."
"Sir, I desire to understand it."


TWENTY-FIRST Khanda


1. "When one performs all sacred duties[1], then one attends really on a tutor. One who does not perform his duties, does not really attend on a tutor. Only he who performs his duties, attends on his tutor. This performance of duties, however, we must desire to understand."
"Sir, I desire to understand it."


TWENTY-SECOND Khanda


1. "When one obtains bliss (in oneself), then one performs duties. One who does not obtain bliss, does not perform duties. Only he who obtains bliss, performs duties. This bliss, however, we must desire to understand."

"Sir, I desire to understand it."

  1. The duties of a student, such as restraint of the senses, concentration of the mind, &c.