It is more imperative for man to save himself from the deception and tricks of the insinuating self, as it forms a very formidable obstacle and a very mean enemy. Terrible are the misfortune and distress and it causes and equally terrible is the remedy of the disease caused by this obstacle of man’s self. There are two reasons for the injuries and harms caused by this treacherous self.
1. The self is like a thief and robber residing in own your house. It is therefore very hard and difficult to protect yourself from such enemies as are hidden in your own premises. Some poet said :
2. The second reason is that this self is a beloved enemy and when anyone loves someone the lover does not sec the defect of the beloved on account of his love. A poet has very nicely expressed his idea :