The Story Of The Truth-Seeker And The Great Sage Woman
Once upon a time, there lived a man, a truth-seeker, who, more than anything else in the world, wished to know what is the true nature of reality. And in these times, in Cairo, there also lived a great sage woman who was said to know the answers to all possible questions. Hearing about the sage woman, the man, the truth-seeker, decided to travel to Cairo to learn the answer. Strangely, on the night before his journey, he dreamed of Cairo and of the sage woman, who told him that reality is nothing more than a very persistent dream. Curious as to what he would really hear, the man went to Cairo, where to his great astonishment the great sage woman told him with a smile that she had already answered his question, as they were dreaming the same dream the night before he undertook his journey, and that he had only wasted his time. Such an unusual story has been written down by an unknown hand in an ancient book found in a wooden trunk buried in the golden sandy seas of the Egyptian desert.