Sai Baba

Sai Baba

Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba (c. 1830s - 15 October 1918) was an Indian spiritual leader who is regarded by his devotees as a saint, a fakir, a satguru and an incarnation (avatar) of God. He was revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees during, as well as after his life.

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Speak do and think as befits Him.

The gift of food to the hungry is the noblest of all gifts.

One without power does not mean lack of physical or mental strength.

Poverty is the highest of riches and a thousand times superior to a king

We must control our desires.

Spend money in charity, be generous and munificent but not extravagant.

People are born for different tasks but in order to survive every one requires the same nourishment, inner peace.

Rama for you should mean the Path He trod the ideal He held aloft and the Ordinance He laid down. They are eternal and timeless.

Anger can be subdued only by forbearance and cruelty can be overcome only by nonviolence.

The merger of human love with Divine love brings about Cosmic Order .

Employ yourself usefully. Be like a trustee holding on trust on behalf of God for the purpose which He likes and approves.

Your duty is to pray for the welfare of the world and to work for it as far as it lies in your power.

When the Giver of Grace is here you run after persons who claim that they got this or the other article from Me or were blessed with this gift from Me.

Man minus immorality is Immortality.

Our relationships are heart to heart relationships. Ours is a business of love not a business of money or materials.

People have become so selfish that they no longer care for others or anything other than their own welfare.

That which happens physically on the outside in terms of actions is not of major importance. What is important is that which comes from inside.

ANY one may blame you, but you should ignore all such blame and go forward in doing service without rancor.

PERFORM all acts with as much love as you would offer God. In Truth you eat for the satisfaction of the I in you and dress up to please the self-same I . The husband loves his wife for the sake of the I . And who is this I that is persistently inherent in everyone? It is God Himself.

To rectify the world and put it on the proper path we have to first rectify our conduct and ourselves.

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