Q: Among the great heroes of Marvel Multiverse, such as Captain America, Spider Man and many others, there is one supreme character called the One-Above-All, who is responsible for the existence of all life in the Multiverse. He is beyond time and space, and alternates between appearing as male and female. He is described as the supreme being, who is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient, and is above all cosmic powers and abstract entities. So, Mahārāj, what’s this? How should we take this Marvel phenomenon — as misguiding pseudo-religion of New Age or as a springboard for potential truth-seekers? — Q: What is the use of the competitive spirit? Why do we compete with each other? Is there any higher purpose for competing? — Q: If jivatma is subjective, paramatma is super-subjective and Krishna-Bhagavan is super-super subjective, and Krishna Himself praises and puts higher than Himself a pure devotee — can we call him a super-super-super subjective?