Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
22 Sep, 2014
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Why is it an act of foolishness to deny the existence of the Divine? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us today.  

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Inside us, outside and all around there is air. But it cannot be seen, nor can it be grasped by the hand. For this reason can you deny the existence of air? How can one exist if there is no air? To deny the existence of air is to deny one's own existence. God is all-pervading. He is omnipresent. He transcends time, space and circumstances. God exists at a level which is in accordance to one's own level of understanding of the Divine. All the animate and inanimate objects in the world are Vishnuswarupa (manifestations of the Divine). It is foolish to look at the cosmos and deny the principle that pervades the cosmos. Equally is it not silly to look at the universe, which is the embodiment of the Divine, and deny the existence of the Divine? That is the reason why the scriptures declared: Pashyannapi na pashyathi mudho (The foolish one, even though he beholds, does not recognise).

- Divine Discourse, Sep 09, 1992.

Sathya Sai Baba
Anger breeds danger. Ego is powerful and very dangerous. Both of these will ruin
you and your character. - Baba