|| Aum Sai Ram || Aum Sai Para Brahmanaa Namah ||
“In this chapter, Hemadpant describes the passing away of certain devotees and a tiger in Baba’s presence.
Chapter XXXI – Preliminary
The last wish or thought that a man has at the hour of death, determines his future course. Shri Krishna has said in Gita (VIII-5-6) that, “he who remembers Me in his last moments, comes verily to Me; and he who meditates otherwise, at that time, goes to what he looks for.”
We cannot be certain that we can entertain a particular good thought in our last moment, for, more often than not, we are more likely to be frightened and terrified by death. Hence constant practice is necessary for enabling us to fix our mind on any desired good thought at any moment.
All Saints, therefore, recommend us to remember God and chant His name always, so that we may not be perplexed or perturbed, when the time for departure comes. The devotees on their part surrender themselves completely to the Saints, fully believing that the Saints would guide and help them in their last moments. A few such cases will be noted here.”
– SHRI SAI SATCHARITRA (Chapter XXXI)
|| Aum Sai Sharnam || May Peace Be To All ||