THE NISARGADATTA GITA BY PRADEEP APTE

13. You have to be there before you can

say ‘I am’, the ‘I am’ is the root of all

appearance.

There definitely was a substratum on which this
knowledge ‘I am’ arose, it was a wordless feeling.
It was only when you learnt a language that you
could say ‘I am’. Along with the wordless ‘I am’
also came space and the world, so the ‘I am’ is at
the root of whatever you perceive.
SOURCE: HolyBooks
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