Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
27 Jul 2017
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Sometimes we feel, “I am low, mean, small, useless, poor, sinful, inferior, etc.” – Does the Lord approve of such self-condemnation? Bhagawan lovingly clarifies this for us today.  

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Sathya Sai Baba

Once Krishna pretended to suffer from an unbearable headache. With warm clothes wound around His head and red eyes, He rolled restlessly in bed. Queens Rukmini and Satyabhama tried many remedies that proved ineffective. Along with Narada, when they consulted Lord Krishna, He directed to bring the dust of the feet of a true devotee! In a trice, Narada manifested himself in the presence of some celebrated devotees, but they were too humble to offer dust of their feet to be used for their Lord as a drug! Narada returned disappointed. Krishna asked, “Did you ask Gopis?” Narada hurried with disbelief! When the Gopis heard this, without a second thought, they shook the dust off their feet and filled his hands! Even before Narada reached Dwaraka, Krishna’s headache had disappeared! The Lord enacted this five-day drama to teach that self-condemnation is also egoism and when ego goes, you feel neither superior nor inferior, and a devotee must obey the Lord’s command without demur.

- Divine Discourse, Jul 7, 1963.

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You must surrender your judgment to the Lord, and then Lord will assume full responsibility. - Baba