• "Once upon a time, there was a man who was bewitched, bothered and
    bewildered. (Laughter) And he went around wrecking his happiness every day
    with his lack of insight into himself He was a machine without
    consciousness, a machine that went on without conscious, aware direction.

    And he suffered from it. When we're asleep thinking we're awake, we suffer
    from the problem. Correct? Do you understand that point? When you're
    asleep, thinking you're awake, imagining you're awake, then there's always
    suffering, because it's a false state."

                   A Map to Lasting Treasure
           Your Power of Natural Knowing, Chap. 21, p. 166 (Previous version)
                                          Chap. 21, p. 148 (Current version)