18.41 Some think that something exists, and others that nothing does. Rare is the man who does
not think either, and is thereby free from distraction.
18.42 Those of weak intelligence think of themselves as pure
non duality, but because of their
delusion do not know this, and remain unfulfilled all their lives.
18.43 The mind of the man seeking liberation can find no resting place within, but the mind of
the liberated man is always free from desire by the very fact of being without a resting place.
18.44 Seeing the tigers of the senses, the frightened refuge-seekers at once enter the cave in
search of cessation of thought and one-pointedness.
18.45 Seeing the desireless lion the elephants of the senses silently run away, or, if they cannot,
serve him like courtiers.