Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
26 May 2016
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If you have the misapprehension that God (Brahman) outside is causing good or bad to you, or that He is giving some punishment to you, it is not the right attitude. This power or strength which we attempt to describe by the word ‘Brahman’ is not something which is external to and outside you. It is present in you and is in your own self. The fruits that you get will correspond to whatever seeds you plant. If the seed is of one kind and if you have the ambition to obtain a different fruit, how is it possible? You may be very clever, but all the cleverness is of no avail if you are not giving up your mean qualities. Whatever good or bad you may have done, the aspect of Brahman is not going to break the good and bad into separate parts. God is going to give you an unbroken garland of all the good and all the bad that you have accumulated.

- Summer Showers in Brindavan, 1974, Vol 1, Ch 3.

Sathya Sai Baba
Realise that the sweetness is within you. Turn your intelligence inwards and discover that sweetness by filling the intellect with love. - Baba