Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
31 Jan 2017
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Sathya Sai Baba

The root cause of all trouble is the uncontrolled, ill-directed mind. Like when the river Godavari is in floods, it rolls along, causing slips and slides, and devastates vast areas on both banks. Discriminatory wisdom (Viveka) and non-attachment (Vairagya) are the two bunds which tame the mad energy of the flood and lead the raging waters into the sea, which is, after all, the destination the waters seek. How can they be implanted? By the first three primary goals of life: righteousness, wealth, and desire-fulfillment (dharma, artha, and kama). The practice of dharma is the art of living. No attempt need be made to run away from the duties of one’s station and status. Remember, those duties have to be done as worship, as offerings of one’s intelligence, skill, qualities, thoughts and feelings to the feet of the Lord in a spirit of thankfulness for the chance given, without a trace of egoism or a sense of attachment to the fruits of the actions.

- Divine Discourse, Apr 23, 1961.

The proper fulfilment of duties is part of the spiritual discipline necessary
for getting enlightenment. - Baba