Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
18 Apr 2016
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Sathya Sai Baba

Rama is the Indweller in every body. He is the Atma-Rama - the Rama (Source of Bliss) in every individual. His blessings upsurging from that inner spring will confer peace and bliss. He is the very embodiment of righteousness, of all the codes of morality that hold mankind together in love and unity. The story of Rama, ‘Ramayana’, teaches us two lessons: the value of detachment and the need to become aware of the Divine in every being. Faith in God and detachment from objective pursuits are the keys for human liberation. Give up sense objects, and you gain Rama. Mother Sita (Rama’s consort) gave up the luxuries of Ayodhya so she could be with Rama, in the period of exile. When she cast longing eyes on the golden deer and craved for it, she lost the presence of Rama. Renunciation leads to joy; attachment brings about grief. Be in the world, but not of it. Make your heart pure and strong, contemplating the grandeur of the Ramayana.

- Ramakatha Rasavahini, ‘The Inner Meaning’.

Take as your ideals the great characters depicted in the Ramayana. You will see how your life is filled with peace and joy. - Baba