Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
23 Aug, 2013
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Having taken a human birth, what state should be the goal of life’s journey? Bhagawan explains this and encourages us to equip ourselves with some essentials to reach this state.  

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You are happiest when you are immersed in yourself! The child in the womb is in the state Soham (‘I am He’ - union with God) but when it is born in the world, it starts the question Koham (‘Who am I’). For it forgot its truth and identifies itself with the body and the senses. Until it becomes a realized person (Jnani), it will never regain the knowledge of Soham. Madhava-tatvam (Divine state) when it assumes a form, is Manava (Man). Manava can become Madhava (Divine) by engaging in actions dedicated to God. You can then discover your Divine State. What is the use of doing only human action (Manava Karma) or even demoniac action and claiming that human being is Divine? Virtue must be your life-breath. Character must be your backbone. Without these no meritorious act will fructify. Retain your evil qualities and win troubles; Renounce them and win peace!

- Divine Discourse, Oct 10, 1964.

Sathya Sai Baba
Reputation occurs in a moment; character is built over a lifetime. - Baba