|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||
“Lord or Bhagwan is said to have six qualities, viz. (1) Fame, (2) Wealth, (3) Non-attachment, (4) Knowledge, (5) Grandeur, and (6) Liberality. Baba had all these in Him. He incarnated in flesh for the sake of the Bhaktas. Wonderful was His grace and kindness, for He drew the devotees to Him, or how else one could one have known Him. For the sake of His Bhaktas Baba spoke such words, as the Goddess of Speech could not utter. Here is a specimen. Baba spoke very humbly as follows: “Slave of slaves I am your debtor. I am satisfied at your darshan. It is a great favour that I saw your feet. I am an insect in your excreta. I consider Myself blessed thereby.” What humility is this!
(If anybody would think that by publishing this, any disrespect is shown to Sai, we beg His pardon and to atone for this we sing and chant Baba’s name.)
Though, outwardly Baba seemed to enjoy sense-objects, he had not the least flavour in them, nor even the consciousness of enjoying them. Though, He ate, He had no taste and though, He saw, He never felt any interest in what He saw. Regarding passion, He was as perfect a celibate as Hanuman. He was not attached to anything. He was pure consciousness, the resting place of desire, anger, envy and other feelings. In short, He was disinterested, free and perfect. A striking instance may be citied in illustration of this statement.”
– SHRI SAI SATCHARITA (Chapter X)
|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||