Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
14 June, 2014
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When we make a resolve in the spiritual path, what should be our attitude towards it? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us through a lighthearted example.  

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Sathya Sai Baba

People who take a pledge to observe certain disciplines in all times, fail to do so when the circumstances are not congenial. One day all the deers in the forest held a conference. They discussed thus: “Do dogs possess the abilities we have?” One of them bravely said, “If we kick a dog appropriately, it can be disembowelled; we have that power!” Another deer added, “Dogs cannot run at speeds we can. We can even leap in the air.” The third said, “Exactly! Dogs can’t run as fast as us and we are stronger and more capable. From now on, we should not be afraid of dogs. We must face them with all our strength and fight back”. Having thus decided, they all clapped merrily. Hearing this noise, a dog in a distance howled loudly. No sooner did the deers hear the sound, all of them, without any exception, fled the place. The behaviour of those who preach Vedanta these days is very much on a par with these deers.

- My Dear Students, Vol 3, Ch 5, Jun 27, 1989.

Discipline trains you to put up with disappointment; every rose has its thorn. - Baba.