Austria is very small. There, the weather is the same as in Germany, right? (Yes.) So we go from one cave to another. What's the use? What’s the use? You’d like to go to Austria? Why? (It doesn’t matter where it is.) Doesn’t matter? No, I'm not there. Not at the moment. So I thought, maybe earlier… Before, I didn’t know you were so many. I thought maybe ten or twenty people for every country. Germany ten, Austria twenty or something. Then that's enough. But I didn't know that you grew so fast. I have no husband, but have many children. So now, what do we do?
What else? Is there anything else? (He searched for the Truth and at last he found the Truth. Everything in his life, including his family, means nothing to him anymore.) Because he no longer has a family. It means nothing because he doesn’t have any. You are free. OK, not too bad. A few ups, a few downs, too up, too down, but not bad. Is there something else or that was it? (He said much more, but I think the meaning is the same.) OK. Repetition. Please do not repeat any more.
My God! That was nice. (I thought of something. You told us earlier that there’s a place in Carinthia where we can probably come again. And my question is, is it big enough for all of us?) I don't think so. (For how many people is it possible?) It has only twenty rooms. We have 400 people here. I don't think it's possible. (Enough for Germany, right?) Yes, maybe. (I mean that maybe we can come in groups.) Yeah, you meant that, but they're still fixing things right now. It's not finished yet. (We have Malaga now anyway.) Maybe we'll meet there sometime. (Düsseldorf. We can return...)
But you have to work. (No. Unemployed.) Unemployed? (My brother is unemployed.) (Yes, that's why they do it very fast.) Because they don't get much food. (They have time to practice more and spread teachings.) Yeah, OK. No, that's not logical. At the moment we don't need so many people to repair. Why? Because I have the people from outside, the professionals. Excuse me. I do not know if you are professional. And I have given money to one or two Austrians – your brothers and sisters. They take care of it. I have given money to find people from outside to repair. But you can ask if they need anything, OK? (OK.)
(We have some repairmen here if Master needs someone to fix it. Please let us initiates, some of them can fix houses very well.) They fix it, and then it collapses. (He could do it so beautifully.) Yeah, maybe OK. But I don't know if they need. Well, you can ask the Austrian people, contact person or something like that, if they need something. There are two Australians. Are they still there? Are you still here? The Australian people, the couple? (Yes.) Australian. No, not Austrian. They are Australian but they went to Austria. Do you need some of these unprofessional volunteers? (Not right away, but maybe later. We can check when we get back.) OK. Then if you need them, you call the German people, “embassy.” (OK. Thank You.) Alright.
That was all. Is there anything else? Austria is very small. There, the weather is the same as in Germany, right? (Yes.) So we go from one cave to another. What's the use? What’s the use? You’d like to go to Austria? Why? (It doesn’t matter where it is.) Doesn’t matter? No, I'm not there. Not at the moment. So I thought, maybe earlier… Before, I didn’t know you were so many. I thought maybe ten or twenty people for every country. Germany ten, Austria twenty or something. Then that's enough. But I didn't know that you grew so fast. I have no husband, but have many children. So now, what do we do? One hotel is not enough. Definitely not. And two hotels are not enough either.
Because it's nice there. There's a little lake. Very nice water. You can swim there and drink the water because it is so clean. And it is the warmest lake in all of Austria. (Wow.) Yeah, wow! But there’s no bigger hotel there. (We’ll bring tents.) Bring what? (Tents.) Tents. (No room?) Too cold. (No. It’s doable.) How can you in winter...? In summer only. Summer's already over, baby. You can still swim now in this lake. My hotel is there and the lake is across the road. You can swim there. That’s why I bought there. I thought that we could at least swim a little bit. But at the moment you can't go in, because it's always wet and they tore out everything to lay the floor again. It is not laid yet. It is still wet with cement and chewing gum or something to stick. Maybe they don't have “UHU.” They eat a lot of chewing gum and stick it everywhere. Maybe when we go, we can't go out. Glued there. Careful.
And they just called me, one of my assistants, she told me that there are three rooms, upstairs. Roof. Not on the roof. Attic room? (Under the roof.) Under the roof. Thank you. Wow. Professor. There are three rooms under the roof, big and beautiful. There is no heating. Now I make heating in there. But in Austria, if you change or renovate something, you have to inform the authorities or apply there. So we wait and see. It is not bad, you just have to apply for it. But that means it will take even longer. And the floor is still sticky. Sticky? Sticky. That's the last information. So you stay here. It’s safer. I don't want that I go to Austria and have to pull everyone out. One after the other. So sticky.
OK, anything else? No? Yes? You want something? Do you still have that pumpkin jam? Can you? (Yes.) Next time, bring some. It was so nice. It tasted so good. That was in Switzerland. After Thailand, can you... (It was in Germany.) Was in Germany? Ah, so beautiful. (I’ll bring it again.) Just a little bit. Don't make me fat. Yes? (Delicious.) Delicious. Is that enough? (No.) No, there's still some others. No? (We are already the last.) No, there will be seven more later. (Oh. No, we are the last one.) Really? (Yes. Really.) They are the last group? (No, Switzerland is still here.) Switzerland… yes. You are only “G.” There are “S,” “T” and “Z.”
OK, Swiss. How many people are you? (They can join us.) Yeah. How many people? If not that many, you can also “stick” here. “Stick” together. You understand everything in German. You can laugh, too. Welcome home. (Two people.) Two is not so bad. There are two (vegan) candies. For now, but we'll get some more later. Only if you're bored. Alright. It’s OK, you can stand up. But away from the camera. OK then. Is there anything to ask? Yes, fine. Is there anything to ask? Question? No? Question? No? That’s good.
Then we do two countries at once. Very good. I like that very much. I am greatly relieved. (We have the same language.) Same language? I don't know. Maybe she speaks French. Italian or French? (French.) French. Don't you speak German? (A little bit.) Like me? Good. Such a small country, but has three or four languages. But they have peace together. Live together in peace, very good. It’s a very good example. OK, if there’s nothing more, then you take the (vegan) candies, and you go home. No? You’re not going home yet? (No.) Why? Why not? Switzerland? Switzerland. You don't look like the Swiss. Voilà.