Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
30 Sep, 2014
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Sathya Sai Baba

Every being is suffused with love. It is only for our convenience, for our pleasure, and our own selfish purposes that we develop certain worldly relationships. Give up self­ishness and strive for self-realisation. You must enquire into yourself, “Who am I? Body, mind, intellect, chittha (memories) or ahamkara (ego)?” You are none of these. You are yourself - “I am I.” Recognise this truth. One must render selfless service. The fruit of all actions must then be sacrificed. Only a person, who denounces the fruits of all actions, deserves to be called a Yogi (renunciant). A Yogi is not one who merely sits under a tree, closes one’s eyes and meditates. Real sacrifice involves giving up your desires. Do not be narrow-minded. If you are inflicted with narrow-mindedness your whole life will become narrow. Develop broad-mindedness and cultivate selfless love.

- Divine Discourse, Sep 27, 2006.

Service expresses the Divinity hidden within. It broadens one's heart, destroys narrow-mindedness and gives delight. The evil qualities and tendencies in a person can be driven away through service. - Baba