jijnasitam adhitam ca
brahma yat tat sanatanam
tathapi socasy atmanam
akrtartha iva prabho
jijnasitam—deliberated fully well; adhitam—the knowledge obtained; ca—and; brahma—the Absolute; yat—what; tat—that; sanatanam—eternal; tathapi—in spite of that; socasi—lamenting; atmanam—unto the self; akrta-arthah—undone; iva—like; prabho—my dear sir.
You have fully delineated the subject of impersonal Brahman as well as the knowledge derived therefrom. Why should you be despondent in spite of all this, thinking that you are undone, my dear prabhu?
The Vedanta-sutra, or Brahma-sutra, compiled by Sri Vyasadeva is the full deliberation of the impersonal absolute feature, and it is accepted as the most exalted philosophical exposition in the world. It covers the subject of eternity, and the methods are scholarly. So there cannot be any doubt about the transcendental scholarship of Vyasadeva. So why should he lament?
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