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1. I believe Tagore values are held high, he believed in

Hinduism wanted people to go beyond the four walls

of their temple to where god really exists. He goes on

to say in his poem " where the tiller is tilling the hard

ground and where the pathmaker is breaking stones.

He is with them in sun and in shower, and his garment

is covered with dust. He belives if you truly want to

devote yourself to god, the priest must come out of

his temple, give up his holy robes and work with the

humble tillers of the soil in rain and sun where he is.

2. I believe Tagore values the path of renunciation, the

most because in his poems he encouage the priest to

leave his temple and stand with god side by side.

"Meet him and stand by him in toil and in sweat of thy

brow". In this poem he describes giving up what you

might want for yourself, and instead, doing things for


3. Based on the second poem, I believe the dungeon

represent himself and the walls is what he puts up to

protect himself but he soon realize by putting up the

wall he is loosing sight of himself and as he continue

to build a wall he takes pride in what he has created

but at the end he has lost sight of his true self "all the

care I take I lose sight of my true being."

4. Ego: After reading the passage Ego I believe Advaita

vedanta Darsha applys to "If one analyses oneself, one

doesn’t find any such thing as I. Take an onion for

instance. First of all, you peel off the red outer skin:

then you find thick white skins. Peel these one after

the other, and you won’t find anything inside, In that

state a man no longer finds the existence of his ego.

And who is there left to seek it? Who can describe how

he feels in that state in his own pure Consciousness

about the real nature of Brahman." Because in Advaita

Vedanta Darsha its object is to destroy the ego so that

the only God- like self remains and once you are free

from your ego, you have achieved Moksha.

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