Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
22 May, 2013
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Sathya Sai Baba

Right Conduct (Dharma) is the feet and Realization (Moksha) is the head of every human being. Wealth and Desire (Artha and Kama) are the trunk and the limbs. The tragedy in the present times is that the Head and Feet are ignored while trunk and limbs are reckoned as vital. Enough warning about the tragedy this approach can lead to has been given in the ancient texts. Sanathana Dharma has laid down the rules and regulations for the best possible utilisation of life, but for want of teaching, exposition and example, they have been sadly neglected. The neglect of these rules which give real happiness and peace, is like inflicting injuries on oneself. The land may be rich, but, if life is mean, it is deplorable. It does not matter if the standard of life is poor, provided the way of life is pure, full of love and humility, and is led with fear-of-sin and reverence towards elders.

- Divine Discourse, Aug 15, 1964.

Actions done with the purity of thought, word and deed is Right-Conduct. - Baba