Story of Two Lizards – Blessed Gyan 88

|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||

Two Lizards

Now we close this chapter, with a story of two little lizards. Once Baba was sitting in the Masjid. A devotee sat in front of Him, when a lizard tick-ticked. Out of curiosity, the devotee asked Baba, whether this tick-ticking of the lizard signified anything good or was a bad omen?

Baba said that the lizard was overjoyed as her sister from Aurangabad was coming to see her. The devotee sat silent, not making out the meaning of Baba’s words. Immediately, a gentleman from Aurangabad came on horse-back to see Baba. He wanted to proceed further, but his horse would not go, as it was hungry and wanted grams. He took out a bag of grams from his shoulders to bring grams and dashed it on the ground to remove dirt. A lizard came out from there and in the presence of all, climbed up the wall. Baba asked the questioner devotee to mark her well. She at once, went strutting to her sister. Both sisters met each other after a long time, kissed and embraced each other, whirled round and danced with love! Where is Shirdi and where is Aurangabad for the lizard? How should the man on horse back come there from Aurangabad with the lizard? And how should Baba make the prophecy of the meeting of the two sisters? All this is really very wonderful and proves the omniscience – the all-knowing nature of Baba.

Post Script

He, who respectfully reads this chapter or studies it daily, will get all his miseries removed by the grace of the Sadguru Sai Baba.

– SHRI SAI SATCHARITRA (Chapter XV)

|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||

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