There is an ancient ‘shloka’ which is chanted before starting various activities. It is interesting to learn the meaning of ‘sahanaubhunakthu, sahaviryam karavavivahe. Tejasvi naavinavaditam astu, maa vidveshavahai’ which means both the teacher and the one who is listening are equally important. “May both of us be protected. May both of us be nourished. May both our vitalities increase. May our ‘tejas’—the fire of understanding—increase.” The last sentence is very important. “Let us not fight amongst each other.” So, let us not quarrel with each other. We are not trying to argue or prove our point. What we are trying to do is sit together and understand a problem. These are two different things. What we require is a dialogue.