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Re: What we learn from our Mistakes....
« Reply #30 on: December 02, 2009, 09:59:21 AM »
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  • Hemadpant closes the Chapter with a classification of disciples. He says that they are of three kinds : (1) First or best (2) Second or middling and (3) Third or ordinary. The best kind of disciples are those who guess what their Gurus want and immediately carry it out and serve them without waiting for an order from them. The average disciples are those who carry out the orders of their Masters to a letter, without any delay, and the third kind of disciples are those who go on postponing the carrying out of their orders and making mistakes at every step.

    The disciples should have firm faith backed up by intelligence, and if they add patience to these, their spiritual goal will not be distant. Control of breath, ingoing and outgoing, or Hath-Yoga or other difficult practices are not at all necessary. When the disciples get the above mentioned qualities, they become ready for further instructions and the Masters then appear and lead them on, in their spiritual path to perfection.


    http://satcharitra.org/sai23.htm



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    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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    Re: What we learn from our Mistakes....
    « Reply #31 on: December 02, 2009, 09:40:21 PM »
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  • Don’t worry Dear, sometimes it takes time. Your question is very big. I had to wait for answer of one very small question for many years, and I got the answer when I needed it most, came as a live saving drug in my life and put a great impact on my life. That was not  theoretical answer but in practical form.

    and it happened only under Grace of Sai, So Just have patience and be firm on your faith. You will get absolute answer at most appropriate time in most understandable form.

    May Sai Bless You!

    om sri sai ram!

    "You know in depreciation there is rule things get Deteriorated either with usage or with time. So, Just in reverse side, Do Good Karmas and get the God soon, or keep on waiting life after life till the end of eternity."

    I am not saying this is wrong

    "Yes, But not more than a tourist, Go see statue of baba, But where is Baba??"

    I am not saying this is wrong

    "Without the grace of Baba, Still You can read, But will not be able to understand what it means, Won't be able to go beyond words, For this blessings of Baba is required, So If you do good karmas, Baba's blessings will be with you. As, I said, You have choice, God will not stop you, whatsoever you decide."

    I am not saying this is wrong


    But that is not the answer to my question..Ok..leave it..Anyways that question is not stopping me to be with baba...

    Thanks for you time...




    om sai ram!
    Anant Koti Brahmand Nayak Raja Dhi Raj Yogi Raj, Para Brahma Shri Sachidanand Satguru Sri Sai Nath Maharaj !
    Budhihin Tanu Janike, Sumiro Pavan Kumar, Bal Budhi Vidhya Dehu Mohe, Harahu Kalesa Vikar !
    ........................  बाकी सब तो सपने है, बस साईं ही तेरे अपने है, साईं ही तेरे अपने है, साईं ही तेरे अपने है !!

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    Re: What we learn from our Mistakes....
    « Reply #32 on: December 03, 2009, 09:50:52 AM »
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  • OMSAIRAM!We learn from our Guru Sai baba that Truth ultiamtely triumphs  ;D

    Sai deva accepted the pseudo Guru Jawahar Ali and transformed him  ;D

    The Pseudo-Guru Javhar Ali

    Five years after the wrestling bout mentioned above, one Fakir from Ahmednager by name Javhar Ali, came to Rahata with his disciples and stayed in Bakhal (spacious room) near Virabhadra temple. The Fakir was learned, could repeat the whole Koran and had a sweet tongue. Many religious and devout people of the village came to him and began to respect him. With the help of the people, he started to build an Idgah ( a wall before which Mahomedans pray on Idgah day), near the Virabhadra temple. There was some quarrel about this affair, on account of which, Javhar Ali had to leave Rahata. Then he came to Shirdi and lived in the Masjid with Baba. People were captured by his sweet talk, and he began to call Baba his disciple. Baba did not object and consented to be his Chela. Then both Guru and Chela decided to return to Rahata and live there. The Guru (Teacher) never knew his disciple’s worth, but the disciple knew the defects of the Guru, still he never disrespected him, observing carefully his duties. He even served the Master in various ways. They used to come to Shirdi off and on, but their main stay was in Rahata. The loving devotees of Baba in Shirdi did not like, that Baba should stay away from them in Rahata. So they went in a deputation to bring Baba back to Shirdi. When they met Baba near the Idgah and told the purpose for which they came, Baba said to them that the Fakir was an ill-tempered fellow, he would not leave him and that they should better return to Shirdi without him, before the Fakir returned. While they were thus talking, the Fakir turned up and was very angry with them for trying to take away his disciple. There was some discussion and altercation and it was finally decided that both the Guru and Chela should return to Shirdi. And so they returned and lived in shirdi. But after a few days the Guru was tested by Devidas and he was found wanting. Twelve years before Baba arrived in Shirdi with the marriage-party, this Devidas aged about 10 or 11 came to Shirdi and lived in the Maruti temple. Devidas had fine features and brilliant eyes, and he was dispassion incarnate and a Jnani. Many persons, namely Tatya Kote, Kashinath and others regarded, him as their Guru. They brought Javhar Ali in his presence, and in the discussion that followed, Javhar was worsted and fled from Shirdi. He went and stayed in Bijapur and returned after many years to Shirdi, and prostrated himself before Sai Baba
    . The delusion that he was Guru and Sai Baba his Chela, was cleared away, and as he repented, Sai Baba treated him with respect. In this case Sai Baba showed by actual conduct how one should get rid of egoism and do the duties of a disciple to attain the highest end, viz., self-realization. This story is told here according to the version given by Mhalsapati ( a great devotee of Baba).


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    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM

    « Last Edit: December 03, 2009, 09:54:29 AM by diPika »
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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    « Reply #33 on: December 03, 2009, 09:55:09 AM »
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  • The Goddess Of Truth Triumphs
    There was a king who was extremely, extremely kind to his subjects, specially to the poor. He said to himself, "I am king. I have material wealth, but I have countless subjects to take care of. What can I do? They say a king can do anything, but it is not true. I am ready to give away everything that I have, but even then I will not be able to raise the standard of my kingdom."     


    Since the king felt that he would not be able to help each and every one of his subjects, he decided that early in the morning he would stand outside his palace. From whomever he saw first, he would buy something. Every day somebody different would come, since the king had made a general announcement.     


    This went on every day for years. The king would come out of his palace, and from whomever he saw first, he would buy something. If there were people behind that person, they would not be accepted -- only the very first one. No matter what the first one had brought or what price he asked for, the king would agree. He never argued. The king said, "I have to be kind-hearted. Whatever my subjects ask me for is according to their conscience. Whatever they ask from me, I will give."     


    In this way it went on month after month, year after year. One day a very, very poor man came. He was extremely old. He had nothing important or valuable to sell. He said to himself, "I need money badly. I have become so poor in my old age. Let me see how kind the king is." With greatest difficulty he came and stood first in line early in the morning. His sandals and clothes were covered with dirt. The only thing he had to offer the king was a dirty, filthy cloth.     


    The king asked him, "You have come to sell this?"     


    The old man said, "Yes, this is my fate. It is the only thing I have to sell since I am so poor. If you do not give me money, soon I shall die."     


    The king said, "No, I do not want you to die. Tell me the price."     


    The old man named an exorbitant price.     


    The king protested, "The price is so high!"     


    The old man answered, "Yes, it is true. But if you give me the money, then I will be able to buy the things that I need and I will be able to eat."     


    The king said, "Oh, you are right, you are right, you are right! Whatever you ask for, I am giving you."     


    The king gave him the money, and the king was so pleased that he had been able to be of help to this poor man. The king was very happy and proud of his own generosity.     


    That night the king had a dream. In his dream the Goddess Lakshmi came and said, "I am leaving you! You are squandering your wealth, giving it to poor men. I have made you very rich, and these people are just fooling you. So I am leaving you."     


    The king said, "O Goddess, what can I do? This is the promise that I made. I want to keep my promise to buy from whoever brings something first. And I also made another promise that whatever price they ask, I will accept. The poor fellow this morning named an exorbitant price. I knew that his cloth was not worth anything, but I had to keep my promise."     


    The Goddess Lakshmi said, "You keep your promise, since that is so important to you, but I do not want to stay with you." Then the Goddess Lakshmi, the Mother of wealth, left.     


    Then came another goddess. This goddess told him, "My son, if you continue in this stupid way, then you will lose everything. If you lose your material wealth, then there will be no fame for you. Now you are rich. That is why you are famous. Once you lose your wealth, all your name and fame will disappear, so I do not want to stay with you." Then she, too, disappeared.     


    A third goddess came and said, "I am the goddess of honesty, but I clearly see that you are so stupid. Because of your stupidity, people will only fool you and take advantage of you."     


    The king said, "What am I going to do? I cannot break my promise."     


    The goddess said, "I know, so I am leaving you." The third goddess also left.     


    Then came the goddess of truth. This goddess started scolding the king most vehemently. She said, "Truth is one thing, but what about your wisdom? You are very kind-hearted and you have so many good qualities. But people will fool you and fool you if you do not exercise your wisdom. Then what kind of truth is that? You are only encouraging them to deceive you." The goddess of truth went on scolding the king.     


    Finally the king said, "Mother, you are the goddess of truth. If you do not value me, who will value me? By remaining faithful to my promise, I am trying to be truthful. If truth is not valued in this world, then what will be valued?"     


    The goddess of truth gave the king a broad smile and blessed him profusely. She said, "I was examining you, my son. You are my dearest son. If I had more people like you, then this earth would be inundated with truth. Do not worry. I am never going to leave you. You will continue to keep your promise, and I will be there with you all the time to help you. Truth has to be maintained all the time at any cost."     


    When the goddess of truth decided to stay forever, all the other goddesses came back. They said, "We know we will never be valued permanently. For some time wealth and honesty will be valued, but it will not last. But ultimately everybody will value truth. Truth will prevail."
         


    India's motto is "Truth ultimately prevails" (Satyam eva jayate). Truth will always win, so the best thing is to stay with truth.      

    (Life's Bleeding Tears And Flying Smiles, Part 9 by Sri Chinmoy)

    http://www.yogaofsrichinmoy.com/the_higher_worlds/truth1/truthgoddess


    http://www.yogaofsrichinmoy.com/copyright-yoga-of-sri-chinmoy

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    « Last Edit: December 03, 2009, 09:59:51 AM by diPika »
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    Re: What we learn from our Mistakes....
    « Reply #34 on: December 03, 2009, 10:45:52 AM »
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  • Thanks Saib Ji.Thanks Lot for your time :)

    Don’t worry Dear, sometimes it takes time. Your question is very big. I had to wait for answer of one very small question for many years, and I got the answer when I needed it most, came as a live saving drug in my life and put a great impact on my life. That was not  theoretical answer but in practical form.

    and it happened only under Grace of Sai, So Just have patience and be firm on your faith. You will get absolute answer at most appropriate time in most understandable form.

    May Sai Bless You!

    om sri sai ram!

    "You know in depreciation there is rule things get Deteriorated either with usage or with time. So, Just in reverse side, Do Good Karmas and get the God soon, or keep on waiting life after life till the end of eternity."

    I am not saying this is wrong

    "Yes, But not more than a tourist, Go see statue of baba, But where is Baba??"

    I am not saying this is wrong

    "Without the grace of Baba, Still You can read, But will not be able to understand what it means, Won't be able to go beyond words, For this blessings of Baba is required, So If you do good karmas, Baba's blessings will be with you. As, I said, You have choice, God will not stop you, whatsoever you decide."

    I am not saying this is wrong


    But that is not the answer to my question..Ok..leave it..Anyways that question is not stopping me to be with baba...

    Thanks for you time...




    Om Sai Sri Sai Jaya Jaya Sai.

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    « Reply #35 on: December 04, 2009, 12:01:43 AM »
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  • Psychologists from the University of Exeter have identified an 'early warning signal' in the brain that helps us avoid repeating previous mistakes. Published in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, their research identifies, for the first time, a mechanism in the brain that reacts in just 0.1 seconds to things that have resulted in us making errors in the past.


    ’This brain signal could help us in many different kinds of situations,’ said Professor Wills. ‘For example, when driving abroad the rules of the road sometimes differ. We may make a mistake the first time we misinterpret a situation, for example not realising that in the States cars can turn right on a red light. The next time we’re driving out there and see a red light, this early warning signal will immediately alert us to our previous mistake to prevent us from repeating it.’

    Source: University of Exeter


    http://www.physorg.com/news102565601.html


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    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM

    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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    Re: What we learn from our Mistakes....
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  • Finally the king said, "Mother, you are the goddess of truth. If you do not value me, who will value me? By remaining faithful to my promise, I am trying to be truthful. If truth is not valued in this world, then what will be valued?"     

    Thanks Dipika Ji for such great messages and stories. It gives very valuable lessons and show the way sometimes and remove doubts from the mind.

    What we learn from our Mistakes....

    It happens only when Master (or Guru) is with us, otherwise First it is very difficult to realize what mistake we are committing, If one Yogi is performing one particular aasana, and he is not aware about breathing, He will keep on practicing year after year, but will never realize, He is doing something wrong until one day Master appears and teach him right technique. Similarly in Martial Arts if you practice with opponent and when you hurt, You can realize what mistake you have committed, alone it might take years or even many lives.

    Blessed are those who gets the chance to recognize and rectify their mistake, otherwise in our Ego we never find easy to accept we are committing a mistake.

    It happens only with blessings of Guru or with Time!

    May Sai Bless You and All!

    om sri sai ram!


    om sai ram!
    Anant Koti Brahmand Nayak Raja Dhi Raj Yogi Raj, Para Brahma Shri Sachidanand Satguru Sri Sai Nath Maharaj !
    Budhihin Tanu Janike, Sumiro Pavan Kumar, Bal Budhi Vidhya Dehu Mohe, Harahu Kalesa Vikar !
    ........................  बाकी सब तो सपने है, बस साईं ही तेरे अपने है, साईं ही तेरे अपने है, साईं ही तेरे अपने है !!

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  • OMSAIRAM!It's all BABA's leelas  ;D

    “There are two mistakes one can make along the road to truth...not going all the way, and not starting.”
     Buddha quotes
     
    “A good friend who points out mistakes and imperfections and rebukes evil is to be respected as if he reveals a secret of hidden treasure.”
     Buddha quotes
     
    Sai baba says..."He, who carps and cavils at others, pierces Me in the heart and injures Me, but he that suffers and endures, pleases Me most" - Chapter 44.

    Once it so happened that, a Bhakta of Baba, reviled someone behind his back before other people. Leaving aside merits he dwelt on the faults of his brother and spoke so sarcastically that, the hearers were disgusted. Generally we see that, people have a tendency to scandalize others unnecessarily and this brings on ill-feelings. Sai Baba knew this and when He met slanderer at noon, near Lendi, Baba pointed out to him a pig, that was eating filth near the fence and said to him, "Behold, how, with what relish it is gulping filth. Your conduct is similar. You go on reviling your own brethren to your heart's content. After performing many deeds of merit you are born as a human and if you act like this, how can Shirdi help you in anyway?" Needless to say that the Bhakta took the lesson to his heart and went away. - Chapter 19.

    A pleader from Pandharpur unnecessarily indulged in discussion regarding sub-judge Noolkar's coming and staying at Shirdi for cure of his ill-health. When the pleader went to Shirdi, Sai Baba said, "How cunning people are! They fall at the feet, offer dakshina, but inwardly give abuses behind the back. Is not this wonderful?" The pleader understood that the remark was aimed at himself, and being convinced, later said to Kakasaheb Dixit, "This is not a rebuke to me but a favour and advice that I should not indulge in any scandal or slander of others and not interfere unnecessarily in others' affairs".


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    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM

    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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  • yek andheraa laakh sitaare, yek niraashaa laakh sahaare
    sabase badee saugaat hain jeewan naadaan hain jo jeewan se haare

    duniyaa kee ye bagiyaa ayesee jitane kaante, fool bhee utane
    daaman mein khud aa jaayenge, jinakee taraf too haath pasaare

    beete huye kal kee khaatir, too aanewaalaa kal mat khonaa
    jaane kaun kahaa se aa kar, raahe teree fir se sawaare

    dukh se agar pahachaan n ho to kaisaa sukh kaisee khushiyaan
    tufaano se ladakar hee to lagate hain saahil itane pyaare

    Bow to Sri Sai!


    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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  • "A beggar had been sitting by the side of the road for over thirty years. One day a stranger walked by.
    "Spare some change?" mumbled the beggar, mechanically holding out his baseball cap.
    "I have nothing to give you," said the stranger. Then he added, "What's that you are sitting on?"
    "Nothing," replied the beggar, "Just ...an old box. I have been sitting on it for as long as I can remember."
    "Ever look inside?" asked the stranger.
    "What's the point? There's nothing in there."
    "Have a look inside," insisted the stranger.
    The beggar managed to pry open the lid. With astonishment, disbelief, and elation, he saw the box was filled with gold."~Eckhart Tole

    sometimes we all need strangers to make us realize our strengths

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    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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  • Buddha Dhammapada Stories


    Once there was a Gem Polisher whose family offered almsfood to a certain monk every day. One morning as the monk was entering their house to accept his almsfood, a messenger from the king’s palace arrived with a giant ruby for the gem polisher to work on.

    As the gem polisher had been in the kitchen handling some raw meat when the messenger arrived, the stone was wet with blood when he put it on a table before going into the kitchen to get some food for the monk.

    Their pet bird, in the meantime, thinking that the blood-stained ruby was something to eat, picked it up and swallowed it before the monk could prevent it from doing so. When the gem polisher came back into the room, he immediately noticed that the ruby was gone.

    He asked his wife and son, and then the monk, if they had taken it, but they all said no. The gem polisher assumed it must have been the monk since he was the last one seen in the room with the ruby.

    He decided to beat the truth out of the monk, but his wife, would not let him do it. She warned him that the consequences of causing harm to a noble one would be
    worse than the punishment he could possibly receive from the king.

    The gem polisher, however, was too furious to listen to his wife. He tied up the monk and beat him severely until blood started flowing from his head. Attracted by the sight of the blood, the curious bird flew toward the monk, where it received a stray blow and fell dead. Only then, did the monk tell the gem polisher that it was the bird that had swallowed the ruby.

    The gem polisher quickly cut open the bird and found that the monk was indeed telling him the truth. Realizing his mistake, he trembled with fear and pleaded for the monk’s forgiveness. The monk replied that he felt no ill will toward him for it was a debt that had to be repaid due to mistakes in his past lives.

    The monk then succumbed to his wounds and died, passing away into Parinibbana since he was already an arahat. When the gem polisher himself died, he was reborn in hell. As for his wife, she was reborn in one of the deva worlds.

    Some are reborn as human beings, the wicked are reborn in hell, the righteous
    are reborn in heaven, and those free from defilements pass away into Nibbana.

    http://www.messagefrommasters.com/Stories/Dhammapada_Stories/Innocent_Monk.htm


    Bow to Sri Sai!


    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM

     
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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    « Reply #41 on: December 12, 2009, 09:50:25 AM »
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  • Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai
    Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai
    Jiska koi nahin uska to khuda hota hai
    Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai

    Maang kar tumse khushi loon, mujhe manjoor nahin
    Maang kar tumse khushi loon, mujhe manjoor nahin
    Kiska maangi hui daulat se bhala hota hai
    Kiska maangi hui daulat se bhala hota hai
    Jiska koi nahin uska to khuda hota hai
    Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai

    Log nahak kisi majboor ko kehte hain bura
    Log nahak kisi majboor ko kehte hain bura
    Aadmi achche hain par waqt bura hota hai
    Aadmi achche hain par waqt bura hota hai
    Jiska koi nahin uska to khuda hota hai
    Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai

    Kyun Muneer apni tabahi ka ye kaisa shikwa
    Kyun Muneer apni tabahi ka ye kaisa shikwa
    Jitna taqdeer main likha hai ada hota hai
    Jitna taqdeer main likha hai ada hota hai
    Jiska koi nahin uska to khuda hota hai
    Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai
    Todna toote hue dil ka bura hota hai

    Jiska koi nahin uska to khuda hota hai..Why fear when BABA is there

    Bow to Sri Sai!


    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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    « Reply #42 on: January 01, 2010, 08:14:56 AM »
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  • Aadmi achche hain par waqt bura hota hai
    Aadmi achche hain par waqt bura hota hai
    Jitna taqdeer main likha hai ada hota hai



    Bow to Sri Sai!


    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


    Dipika Duggal

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  • Finally the king said, "Mother, you are the goddess of truth. If you do not value me, who will value me? By remaining faithful to my promise, I am trying to be truthful. If truth is not valued in this world, then what will be valued?"     

    When the goddess of truth decided to stay forever, all the other goddesses came back. They said, "We know we will never be valued permanently. For some time wealth and honesty will be valued, but it will not last. But ultimately everybody will value truth. Truth will prevail."       

    India's motto is "Truth ultimately prevails" (Satyam eva jayate). Truth will always win, so the best thing is to stay with truth.       

    Bow to Sri Sai!


    Sai baba let your holy lotus feet be our sole refuge.OMSAIRAM
    साईं बाबा अपने पवित्र चरणकमल ही हमारी एकमात्र शरण रहने दो.ॐ साईं राम


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