(page 56 - Kindle version)Humpty Dumpty doesn’t need a surgeon. He simply needs to find himself.
We have discussed about how to see one's true self by stripping him/her of his/her physical possessions, ego, and everything else.
But have Humpty-Dumpty been saying all this time to let ourselves to be broken and then we will see the true remainder of us; the true Self? Has that 'silly nursery rhyme' never been a silly nursery rhyme, but an opening to a great philosophical discussion? Does it become more easy to see our real selves when we are literally broke?