" 'I am searching everywhere for a human being who is alive
with the life inspired by divine breath.
Does such a being exist?'
'This bazaar,' said the other, 'is crowded with human beings.'
The sage answered, 'I want one
who is a human being on the two-eyed road:
in the moment of anger and at the time of desire.
Where is someone who is a human being
both when anger comes and at the moment of appetite?
From street to street, I search for someone like that.
Where in the world is the one who remains human in both these moments?
I would devote my life to such a human being.' ”