Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
26 Sep, 2014
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What is the attitude with which we must evaluate our thoughts, attitudes and actions daily? Bhagawan lovingly gives us a barometer to measure ourselves everyday.  

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In the drama of life, some act on the basis that nothing belongs to them and that, whatever words one utters or whatever action one does, all belong to God and nothing is their own. They play their role in this spirit, ascribing nothing to oneself. The other category are those that are like the actors who are conscious of the role they are playing and do not forget their individuality in their actions. They do not consider themselves as merely acting a part but as the doer. The difference between the two is that while the former realises the temporary nature of the part being played and is not attached to the things connected with the role, the other develops attachment to the role and does not wish to part with things connected with the role. Presently, most people suffer from the possessive attitude. The reason is the failure to use the senses properly and enslavement to the desires prompted by them. Train your sense organs only to perceive sacred things and abstain from indiscriminate enjoyment.

- My Dear Students, Vol 5, Ch 3, Feb 15, 1998.

Sathya Sai Baba
Reining in your senses is the sign of growing in wisdom. - Baba