Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
12 May 2016
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Sathya Sai Baba

When Divinity dons the garb of a human body, people are thickly blanketed by illusion and become blind to the Divine Principle. Even Yashoda was no exception to this. Once Balarama complained to Mother Yashoda that Krishna was eating mud. When questioned by Yashoda, little Krishna made a startling statement, “Oh mother dear! Am I an infant to eat mud?” Poor Yashoda failed to fathom the depth of this wonderful divine revelation. She demanded that Krishna open His mouth, so that she could verify herself. Little Krishna opened His mouth wide. To her utter shock and amazement, Yashoda saw heavenly spheres revolving in Krishna’s mouth. That instant she realised that Krishna was verily God Himself. However as soon as Krishna closed His mouth and stood before her with an innocent look, she forgot about His Divinity, hugged Him, and treated Him like an ordinary child.

- Summer Showers 1996, Ch 3.

God is present in the heart of every being. He is ever present and is infinitely powerful. - Baba