Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
15 Jan, 2014
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What is the distinction between worldly affection and Divine Love? How can we transform ourselves to acquire, retain and share Divine Love? Bhagawan explains to us today.  

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True and Selfless Love manifests as sacrifice. Such love knows no hatred. It envelops the entire universe, and is capable of drawing near even those who are seemingly far away. In the phenomenal world, you come across many shades and derivatives of this primordial love. You love your father, mother, brother, sister, spouse, friends and others. In all such cases, there is always a tinge of selfishness somewhere or the other. Divine love, on the other hand, is totally free of even the slightest trace of selfishness. You must surrender to such love, become completely submerged by it, and experience the bliss it confers. True and Selfless Love manifests itself as sacrifice. For acquiring Divine love, the quality of Kshama (forbearance and patience) is a vital necessity. Every individual must cultivate this noble quality.

- Divine Discourse, May 25, 2000.

Sathya Sai Baba
The goal modern youth should set before themselves is to sow the seeds of love, rear the plant of forbearance and distribute the fruit of peace to society
through dedicated service. - Baba