Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
14 Jan 2016
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Once when Narada asked Lord Rama about the nature of His servitors and of spiritual aspirants, the Lord answered, “My servitors are full of love; they always stand by righteousness and truth; their hearts melt with mercy; they avoid sin and renounce everything gladly; they eat in moderation, engage in doing good to others, and have no selfishness and doubts. They won’t lend their ears to flattery but are eager to listen to the praise of the good in others. Spiritual aspirants are those who endeavour to acquire such qualities and possess such a character. Anyone engaged in repeating the Lord’s name has self-control and discipline, faith, patience, comradeship, kindness, and joy as well as unalloyed love towards Me - such a person is dear to Me. Whoever with discrimination and renunciation, humility and wisdom is aware of the knowledge of Reality; who is immersed in the contemplation of My divine play (leela), dwells on My name at all times and sheds tears of love whenever the Lord’s name is heard from any lip —these are My genuine devotees.” Thus did Sri Rama answer Narada.

- Prema Vahini, Ch 48.

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