Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
14 Dec 2015
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Why should we persist in continuously reciting God’s name and doing good deeds, even if we fail once or twice? Bhagawan lovingly reminds us today.  

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Twenty hammer strokes might not succeed in breaking a stone, but the twenty first might. Does this mean the first 20 blows were of no avail? No! Each stroke contributed its share to the final success which was the cumulative effect of all 21 strokes. So too, your mind is engaged in a struggle with the internal and external world. Needless to say, you may not always succeed. You can attain everlasting bliss by immersing yourself in good works and saturating your mind with the love of God. Infuse every moment of life with that love. Then evil tendencies will not obstruct you. When your mind dwells with the Lord always, you will be drawn automatically only toward good deeds. The objective of all spiritual practices is to destroy the mind, and some day, one good deed will succeed in destroying it, just like the 21st stroke. Hence no good deed is a waste - every little act counts!

- Prema Vahini, Ch 28.

There is no greater blessing than having good thoughts. - Baba