|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||
“Now let us turn to Baba’s life. Shirdi had become a place of pilgrimage, on account of Baba’s stay there. People from all quarters began to flock there and both the rich and the poor, began to be benefited in more ways than one. Who can describe Baba’s boundless love and His wonderful knowledge and His all-pervasiveness? Blessed is he, who could experience these.
Sometimes Baba observed long silence, which was in a way, His dissertation on Brahma; at other times, He was Consciousness – Bliss Incarnate, surrounded by His devotees. Sometimes He spoke in parables and at other times, indulged in wit and humour. At times He was quite calm and at times He seemed enraged. Sometimes He gave His teachings in a nut-shell, at other times He argued at length. Many a time, He was very direct. In this way, He gave varied instructions to many, according to their requirements. His life was therefore, inscrutable, beyond the ken of our mind, intellect and speech. Our longing to see His face, to talk with Him and hear His Leelas was never satisfied, still we were overflowing with joy. We can gauge the showers of rain, capture the wind in a leather bag but who can measure His Leelas?”
– SHRI SAI SATCHARITRA (Chapter XXII)
|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||