An educated lady had come to meet ShriMaharaj, who was then giving a discourse. In conformity with the subject matter he said that one should practise worship of God in a concrete form. After the discourse wound up, the lady said to ShriMaharaj, 'The practice of worship of a concrete God is a misconception originating in ignorance. The abstract form being, the ultimate truth how can you advocate otherwise ?' Instead of answering the lady's question, ShriMaharaj enquired after her family. In the course of converations the lady sadly said, 'My daughter has grown to marriageable age. But as she is always unwell, I am worried about her. ShriMaharaj promptly said, ; 'Madam, just tell me whether this worry is concrete.' The lady immediately understood. Realizing that her understanding of the concrete and the abstract was merely understanding of the literal senses of these words, and realizing that she was very much a part of the concrete world, she became silent.