Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
20 Mar, 2014
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How can we attain God, One who is unseen in our everyday life? Bhagawan lovingly explains through the example the Gopikas portrayed in their life.  

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Sathya Sai Baba

The Gopikas lived their lives, doing everything as God’s work. They would get up early in the morning, and chant the name of Krishna even as they put curd in the pot. Then as they began churning curds, they would continuously utter the many names of Lord Krishna. Chanting Krishna’s name was like the Shruthi (musical scale), their jingling bangles became the rhythm, the sound of churning was the pitch and what they uttered became a mellifluous song. Where did the butter they churned come from? It came from the curds, though it was not visible in the beginning. Just like one can get butter out of milk, with effort you too who have come from God must merge in Him. Understand this principle well and you can experience Him anywhere and everywhere, all the time.

- ‘My Dear Students’, Vol 3, Ch 2, March 19, 1998.

Fill yourself with good thoughts in any situation, your life will become sanctified. - Baba