"Everyone is afraid of being nobody. Only very rare and extraordinary people are not afraid of being nobody. A nobody is not an ordinary phenomenon; it is one of the greatest experiences in life--that you are, and still you are not. That you are just pure existence with no name, with no address, with no boundaries... neither a sinner nor a saint, neither inferior nor superior, just a silence. Your somebodiness is so small. The more you are somebody, the smaller you are. Once you feel your nobodiness you have become immortal, and you are one with the existence itself."