Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
15 Apr 2016
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The name Rama is the essence of scriptures (Vedas); Lord Rama’s story is an ocean of milk, pure and potent. Ramayana, the epic describing Lord Rama’s incarnation is a sacred text, reverently recited by the scholar as well as the ignorant, the millionaire as well as the pauper. Lord Rama’s name cleanses all evil and transforms the sinner; it reveals the charming form represented by the name. Ramayana must be read not as a record of a human career but as a narrative of the advent and activities of an incarnation of God (Avatar). You must endeavor with determination to realise through your own experience the ideals revealed in that narrative. God is all-knowing, all-pervasive, and all-powerful. The words He utters while embodied in the human form, the acts He deigns to indulge in during His earthly sojourn — these are inscrutable and extraordinarily significant. The precious springs of His message ease the path of deliverance for humanity.

- Ramakatha Rasavahini, Ch 1.

Sathya Sai Baba
To gain liberation, to win Rama’s grace, it is not enough to repeat His name;
you must practice the Rama principle. - Baba