Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
28 Feb 2016
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Sathya Sai Baba

“The world is impermanent. Birth is a misery. Old age is a misery. Be careful!" says a Sanskrit poem. As long as you are alive, everyone would seem to love the body. This is for purely selfish reasons. God alone is utterly selfless. Love God and lead your normal lives; there is nothing wrong in this. Whatever you do, treat it as an offering to God. See God in everyone. Don't have ill will towards anyone. Do not have excessive attachment for anyone. Direct all attachment towards God. Love all. Do not rely on anyone except God. Realise the impermanence of the body and place your trust solely in God. Seek refuge in Him. What is most needed today in this Kali age is faith. As often as possible, when you get the chance, meditate on God. Earn the esteem of society through sincere service. That will ensure a good future for you.

- Divine Discourse Aug 16, 1996.

Practice the vocabulary of love – unlearn the language of hate and contempt. - Baba