Monthly Archive: September 2017

Feast of Grace

In the following discourse Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba says, “Have faith in God; He sees everything; He is everywhere; He is all-powerful.” The Vedas, which are the most ancient scriptures of man, have

Ashramas and Varnas

Q. Swami! Of the four ashramas [stages of life as defined in Hinduism]—the brahmacharya [student], the grihastha [householder], the vaanaprastha [retired], and the sanyasa [renunciation]—which is basically important? A. As all living things are

“The Sai Religion”

Whom the Muslims adore as Allah, the Christians as Jehovah, the Vaishnavas as Phullabjaksha, and the Shaivites as Shambhu, who grants in answer to their several prayers health, prosperity, and happiness to all, wherever

Baba is Everything

To me Baba is everything; I am but insignificant thing; I write because He holds my pen; He alone sings and teaches all men. I echo when He sings or talks; I am nothing

The Heritage of Man

While playing cricket, if the ball streaked toward the boundary in a perfectly timed shot, one felt elated, but was conscious that this was not the purpose of life. When one achieved a prize

The Picture that Changed My Life

On Sunday, the 6th of July 1968, after having my lunch, I was quite casu­ally reading the book, “Sathyam, Sivam, Sunda­ram” on the life and mission of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. While reading, I