Visitor: But personalities are different.
Nisargadatta: Like gold, the ornaments are different but the gold is same. Rain water is tasteless and odorless, but when raindrops fall on the ground different types of vegetation grow. You don’t go to the root and find the unity; you identify with the body and think that you are different, at the root are the five elements.
V: At the root is the ‘I amness’
N:The ‘I am’ is the centre or the essence of the food body, which is a result of the five elements. Out of special activity there is water, vegetation and so forth, so ‘I amness’ is a culmination of the five elemental activity. This ‘I amness’, whenever enjoyed beyond the body is your destiny. When you dwell in destiny as ‘I am’, you realize that it is not your death, but the disappearance of ‘I amness.’ You just dwell in it, and itself it will tell you its own story.