A few decades ago, one of the devotees asked Swami, “Swami, there is a danger of global warming; studies have shown that the world will be in peril after 150 years.” Swami replied, “I know. God is…Continue
Once Bhagawan after a session of Bhajans with the Boys in Brindavan said the Following words : What is the difference between a singer and a song? Singer is conscious of the people listening to him.…Continue
"I do not need your flower garlands and fruits, things that you get for an anna or two; they are not genuinely yours. Give Me something that is yours, something which is clean and fragrant with the…Continue
A few decades ago, one of the devotees asked Swami, “Swami, there is a danger of global warming; studies have shown that the world will be in peril after 150 years.” Swami replied, “I know. God is allowing man to destroy himself so that one day; he will fall down on his knees and turn towards God.Sai RamSee More
If you recall, that was the year when, after coming back from Kodaikanal, Swami had a big fracture in the leg and had to undergo surgery for the first time ever. That happened in Summer 2003. Later, when He returned to Prashanti, He gave a stirring Discourse on Gurupoornima Day in the course of which He gave a clear indication of what devotees must do when sudden and mysterious setbacks occur to the Body of the Divine. …
Below is a Video Link from a Divine Discourse Swami delivered in Brindavan in early 2002 when there was an incident, shall I say, of a person found in the Darshan line with a pistol. Subsequent to this, there was an incredible amount of media hype that scared devotees all over the world.
In His Discourse, Swami roundly condemned such rumour mongering.…
I will never ever depend on anybody. My eyes and teeth are in perfect condition. Normally, by the time a person attains 79 years of age, all his teeth will be lost. His eyesight will be affected by cataract. His skin will have wrinkles, but I have no wrinkles at all. I will not have old age. In fact, I have no old age.
See yourself in all; love all as yourself. A dog caught in a room whose walls are mirrors sees in all the myriad reflections, not itself but rivals, competitors, other dogs which must be barked at. So, it tires itself out by jumping on this reflection and that, and when the images also jump, it becomes mad with fury. The wise man, however, sees himself everywhere and is at peace; he is happy that there are so many reflections of himself all around him. That is…Continue