Monthly Archive: October 2003

Yearn for God Alone

Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in the following discourse encourages His devotees to pray to attain the Lord Himself rather than ask for trivial things. He says that He alone knows what we deserve and what

Small Teachings

You have a duty so far as the other person is concerned and he has the responsibility to see that he deserves that duty which you feel bound to fulfill towards him. Duty must

Power of Prayer

In the divine fold of Bhagavan since she was born, Geetha Ram Mohan of Washington, DC, shared powerful stories at the Manhattan Center in New York City recently. A Sai Spiritual Education teacher, in

Baba the Mother

Referring to Shirdi Sai Baba, Hemadpant [Govind R. Dabholkar] writes [in the  Sri Sai Satcharita], “Sai Baba had the peculiar, disinterested, and extraordinary love of the Mother; His joy knew no bounds when He

Gita—The Song of Life

Arjuna: “I…I see these, Spanning space, A thousand suns, With stars, twinkling in your hair. Lo! All the heavens, in Thy halo! All the hells, beneath Thy feet! Cascades of fire, electric streaks ‘Round

This, too, is Baba’s Grace

There are hundreds of stories of Baba’s rescue of devotees on the physical plane. He also comes to one’s rescue on the psychic plane, and He does it in such a way that there

Baba on Sorrow

“Thamaso maa jyothirgamaya” (lead me from darkness to light—is an Upanishadic prayer)This means that where there is  darkness light is needed. What is this darkness? Sorrow is one form of darkness. Peacelessness is another.