Monthly Archive: February 2003

Choose Your God

In the following discourse, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba advises not to let the mind waver and distract you from following the devotional path. Choose one God and stay steady with Him through the good

Mundaka Upanishad—Knowledge of the Soul

To attain the state of Purushottama [the supreme self], you must entertain pure feelings and engage in pure actions. Appreciate one truth, and you have understood everything. What is that truth? This is what

Master the Mind 

A Christian priest learned a lesson in sense control from the driver of a horse carriage in which he was traveling. The priest noticed that the driver was beating the horse severely as they

Gita—The Song of Life

Chapter one of the Bhagavad Gita explains the remorse Arjuna feels when he faces his kin in the battlefield. Unwilling to fight and possibly kill the soldiers—many of whom he knows personally—Arjuna would rather

Intelligence & Discrimination

Examine every day what you do and with what motives; then you can yourself pronounce judgment on your progress. It all looks so easy, but it is one of the hardest assignments. Digest 2,

Resolve and Implement

Hal Honig, the National Sai Service Coordinator, spoke to the devotees at the Manhattan Sai Center and shared some experiences from a visit with Swami in Puttaparthi. He spoke about Baba’s teachings and shared ideas how