1. Jeevanmukthan :  Sometimes he may be immersed in total silence,

2.  at other times begiven to vehement argument and debate;


3. sometimes leaving aside all talks and discussions, he may burst forth in loud laughter;

4. sometimes, with no concern whatever, he may take delight in
witnessing the varied activities of the people around; while doing all
these, he will not the least lose the unique stability and contentment
his mind has attained due to the grace and instruction of his
venerable Teacher.

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