| "The Māyāvādī philosopher says that "I am God, but I am, by māyā, I am thinking I am not God. So by meditation I shall become God." But that means he is under the punishment of māyā. So God has become under the influence of māyā. How is it that? God is great, and if He is under the influence of māyā, then māyā becomes great. How God becomes great? So the real idea is, so long we shall continue this hallucination that "I am God," "There is no God," "Everybody is God," so many things like that, there is no question of getting favor of God."