|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||
The last chapter described, how Mr. Cholkar’s vow of small offering was completed and accepted. In that story Sai Baba showed that, He would accept with appreciation any small thing, offered with love and devotion, but if the same thing was offered with pride and haughtiness, He would reject it. Being Himself full of Sat Chit Anand (Pure Consciousness, Knowledge and Bliss). He did not care much for mere outward formalities but if an offering was made in a humble spirit, the same was welcome and He accepted it with pleasure and avidity.
In fact, there is no person more generous and benevolent than a Sadguru, like Sai Baba. He cannot be compared to the Chintamani jewel (the Philosopher’s Stone which satisfies desires), the Kalpataru (the Celestial Tree which fulfils our desires) or the Kamadhenu (the Celestial Cow which yields what we desire), for they give us only what we desire, but the Sadguru gives us the most precious thing that is inconceivable and inscrutable (the reality).
– SHRI SAI SATCHARITA (Chapters XVI & XVII)
|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||