Truth has no action. Truth is
weak. Truth is not utilitarian, truth cannot be organized. It is like the wind:
You cannot catch it, you cannot take hold of it in your fist and say, ‘I have
caught it.’ Therefore it is tremendously vulnerable, impotent like the blade of
grass on the roadside—you can kill it, you can destroy it. But we want it as a
thing to be used for a better structure of society. And I am afraid you cannot
use it, you cannot—it is like love, love is never potent. It is there for you,
take it or leave it.