Razors Edge


Does anyone know why he says "it doesn't matter" and goes back to the states, in the end?

>>By RB   (Wednesday, 22 Jan 2003 04:13)

it has to do with the 4 stages of hindu life,
in the fourth stage called sannyasa ashrama, an individual mentally renounces all worldly ties, in the hindu way of life, one eventually, as larry did, come to believe that nothing is real, therefore why would it matter if he ever sees her again...shes not real...
hopefully this helps...we just had a big discussion about this with our english teacher, who REALLY knows a lot about all this stuff, so im still workin on understanding it all...granted im a christian and dont believe it but...thats all i have

>>By JM   (Wednesday, 12 Feb 2003 02:33)

is Sophie Isabels sister?

>>By kelly   (Monday, 7 Apr 2003 20:06)

Is the Murray screenplay published? D.O.

>>By DeeO   (Saturday, 3 May 2003 05:49)

I think he says "it doesn't matter" because he has realized that all life and action is part of the bigger play of God's expression through us, through creation. He has realized that no matter what he does, where he goes, it is all right. You cannot add to Truth... to what is. You surrender and witness what is and make your choices as you will. It is all God's play.

>>By RTU   (Thursday, 5 Jun 2003 23:42)

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