Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
27 Mar 2017
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Why must we surrender to the Lord? What benefit accrues of it? Bhagawan lovingly reminds us today with a memorable example.  

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The contact of the senses with object arouses desire and attachment; this leads to effort and consequently, either elation or despair! Then, there is the fear of loss or grief at failure and the train of reactions elongates. The ‘see-er’ must not attach oneself to the ‘seen’; that is the secret to live happily. With many doors and windows kept open to all the winds that blow, how can the flame of the lamp within survive? The lamp is your mind, which must burn steadily unaffected by the demands of the world outside. Complete surrender to the Lord (Saranagathi) is one way of closing the windows and doors. For, when you surrender completely to the Lord, you are bereft of ‘ego’ and so, you are not buffeted by joy or grief. Saranagathi, will enable you to draw upon the Lord’s Grace for meeting all the crises that arise in your life and renders you heroic, steadfast and better prepared to face life’s challenges.

- Divine Discourse, Jan 13, 1965.

Sathya Sai Baba
To the person who has completely surrendered, every experience in life
(good or bad) is a gift from God. - Baba