Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
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Everyone is now seeking comfort and pleasure! If you tell someone that they can eat whatever they like and as much as they like, they will be delighted; if you add that they might develop, as a consequence, some illness, they will treat you as an enemy. No regimen or control is popular. But strength is derived only from control, restraint, and regulation. A person becomes tough and capable of endurance only if they welcome hardships. Struggle, and you get the strength to succeed. Seek the basis for the seen in the unseen. The tall skyscraper has a deep base reaching into the earth. This seen world has, as its base, the unseen Divine (Paramatma); your body is the vehicle through which you can search, investigate, and discover that base. Your body is an instrument for doing work (karma); prayer and meditation (japa and dhyana) will purify your intelligence and make it an instrument for winning grace, and ultimately attaining self-realisation.

- Divine Discourse, 23-Nov-1964.

Sathya Sai Baba
Control of the senses and observance of the accepted code of discipline are the
hallmarks of a cultured person. - Baba