"Acharya Shunya has always been the bright, unwavering flame leading Vedika students into truth. The world doesn't see Ayurveda through her eyes. Most people see it as an opportunity to make money or become famous. But there are the few -- like Acharya Shunya -- who don't see things that way. And their path is lonely. Just ask Gandhi, Ammachi, or Mother Teresa. They, too, did (or do) their work from a place of truth and love, not out of wanting to make money or reach international acclaim. It is not easy to tread the path that few follow. But that lonely path touches far more people and brings the type of change this world needs. There is a hunger for this knowledge in its pure, unfiltered form. I've always loved this Robert Frost poem. The line, "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference." is all about Acharya Shunya."