D.: How is one to overcome regrets?
M.: By realising the Divinity in him.
M.: By practice.
D.: What kind of practice?
D.: Mind is not steady while meditating.
M.: It will be all right by practice.
D.: How is the mind to be steadied?
M.: By strengthening it.
D.: How to strengthen it?
M.: It grows strong by satsanga (the company of the wise).
D.: Shall we add prayers, etc.?
D.: What of the one who has no regrets?
M.: He is an accomplished Yogi. There is no question about him.
D.: People cite disasters, e.g., earthquakes, famines, etc., to disprove God. How shall we meet their contention?
M.: Wherefrom have they come - those who argue?
D.: They say, “Nature”.
M.: Some call it “Nature” - others “God”.
D.: Are we to keep anything against a rainy day; or to live a precarious life for spiritual attainments?
M.: God looks after everything.