Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
31 Mar, 2014
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Sathya Sai Baba

On a stage, there are a number of lights. One is turned towards an actor in the role of a king. Another is focussed on a beggar. Yet another light is on a man reading the Ramayana. The fourth one lights up a fighting scene. Here, although the lights illumine a variety of scenes, they remain unaffected by the behaviour of the actors; they simply bear witness to the actions but no blame attaches to them for what the actors do. The characters alone are affected by what they do. Similarly Time is a witness to what everyone is doing. This Time is available equally to all. Your primary duty is to make right use of this Time. For this purpose, there is no need for you to wait for the beginning of a new year. Every moment is a manifestation of Time. The second is the basis for the year. Hence every second should be filled with purposeful action.

- Divine Discourse 27 March 1990.

The entire cosmos is bound by Time. It is permeated by Time. It is a product of Time and is destroyed by Time. Time is one of the forms of God. - Baba
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