This book, comprising of two brilliant lectures, shows the intrinsic harmony between science's spirit of critical inquiry into the external nature, and Vedanta's quest for the Eternal within. The author supports his view by quoting scientists like Einstein, Eddington, Capra and others, and also from the Hindu scriptures. He successfully points out the way towards the attainment of a synthesis of thought in these two apparently divergent streams of human enquiry, so greatly needed by man today.
Nature grinds all of us. Keep count of the ounce of pleasure you get. In the long run, nature did her work through you, and when you die your body will make other plants grow. Yet we think all the time that we are getting pleasure ourselves. Thus the wheel goes round.