Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
30 Aug 2016
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What is true and selfless devotion? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us today drawing an example from the life of the Gopikas.  

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Once Krishna feigned that he was suffering from headache for which the cure was the application of the dust from the feet of a devotee on His head. Sage Narada sought to collect the dust from Satyabhama, Rukmini and others, whom he regarded as great devotees of the Lord. But all of them declined to give the dust from their feet because they considered it sinful to offer their dust to be placed on the Lord's head. Ultimately Narada went to the Gopikas, who did not have the slightest hesitation to offer the dust from their feet, if only it would give immediate relief to the Lord, regardless of the consequences to themselves. The Gopikas did not consider whether it was right or wrong for them to offer the dust of their feet. Their only concern was relief to their Lord by any means. They declared, "Our entire life is dedicated to Krishna. His joy is ours." This was the spirit of oneness with which they offered the dust of their feet. At that very moment Krishna was rid of His ailment and Sage Naradha too learnt a lesson!

- Divine Discourse, Aug 21, 1992.

Sathya Sai Baba
To the person who has completely surrendered, everything that they experience (good or bad) is a gift from God.- Baba