Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
24 Aug, 2014
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Sathya Sai Baba

There are four goals (Purusharthas) in the world that people aspire for. They are Righteousness (Dharma), Wealth (Artha), Desire (Kama) and Liberation (Moksha). Realising God is the worthiest and highest goal in life. When such God is seen, realised and a close relationship is established with Him, the happiness one enjoys then, that state of liberation, that principle of love has been called as devotion of the highest order (Parabhakthi). This devotion is liberation itself; it is attaining oneness with God. Liberation is the ability to look for unity in diversity, rather than calling out the obvious differences. Attaining Parabhakthi is not easy. It is definitely possible for those who yearn and work towards it. Do not get confused that you are unique and others are different. You will be in doubt if you miss the principle of unity in your daily lives. So long as there is doubt, you cannot realize the eternal truth.

- My Dear Students, Vol 3, Ch 7, July 9 1989.

Devotion to the Divine will give you bliss, prosperity and peace. - Baba