REMEMBERING DAYA KRISHNA (1924 2007) Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University A month has passed. I still cannot grasp the fact that he is really no longer in this world. That I will not drive to see him on my scooter, stopping on the way for a ´ ´ mala of flowers, namkeen, lemon tart from Bake-hut, cafe latte from Barista, pan ¯ ¯ from the corner shop near Niro's. I used to reach Dayaji's home around seven-thirty in the evening, to always find him reading. I would sit quietly not to disturb him, until he suddenly noticed me and exclaimed: ``Kaun? Daniel?'' And then we would sit and discuss everything under the sun: Advaita, Nya ¯ya, Kant, beauty, mathematics, music, art, thinking itself, Patanjali's Yogasutra, the Rgveda, cricket. ``Did you write ~ ¯ anything?'' he would ask with shining eyes, or tell me of his unbelievable discoveries, about a new book or article he had read earlier in the day, about his own writing; or he would dictate a letter to me, to be sent the next morning via e-mail. ``May I have more ice?'' he would ask with a smile, pointing at his glass of
Philosophy East and West – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Nov 12, 2008
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