So, this Tapas (ascetic) was really very polite, and indeed educated, spiritually. So, now, this ascetic very politely, humbly said, '"Pardon me, Sir, pardon me, O Embodiment of Benevolence! I did not know that this man was Your disciple.'" "Gaushalak was saved from his imminent death." And, "He asked, 'Sire! What does this abode of insects say?'" He's still that. "Mahavira replied, 'He was just going to turn you to ashes with his fire-power. You were saved by me, by my pacifying power. Do not disturb anyone in the future.'" So, we always have to respect the people who try to see God in their own way.
Every story has some moral lesson to learn from. Remember that. And to improve yourself wherever you lack. We are born perfect, but then we'll be in the world and contaminated all the time. And it becomes our nature, second nature. So, watch that. Watch it. Try as best as you can. Make people happy. If God gives us intelligence, or talent of some kind, some degree, that is because we have to serve God in different ways: helping others, helping Hiers children. If we have talent, we must use it for a good cause. That's the best thing we can do with our life and talent.