In the land of Brahman the way to the finality of human destiny, ti Sindhi and self-fulfillment, leads the pilgrim through existential contradictions and absurdities. With such markings belying the desire to proceed along a straight path, the transmigrating subject finds himself cast into a labyrinth mysteriously designed for his sole need and purpose. Such is the road of Bodhidharma. The seeker for the Ultimate Reality has no choice but to trudge resolutely, in stark solitude, undaunted by failure and discouragement. Aged on by the persuasions of Bodhidharma he strives with heroic fortitude till finally he breaks through to knowing that his pains and joys, as well as the toilsome coils of the labyrinth itself, had been of the substance of his ontological freedom. The labyrinth only happened to be the necessity through which Jinan-multi is felt as a home-coming. The dweller within then sees that, during the time of his adhesion to Bodhidharma, he was as he had always been, and now is ancient.