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"In the meanwhile mankind must await, as it must according to my final Decision, the witnessing of all that is to come to pass as ordained by God. This is the time when man must love God more and more. Let him live for God and let him die for God. In all his thoughts, in all his words and in all his actions, love for God alone must prevail."

 

MEHER BABA.

 

NOTE: After this, no other Circular concerning Baba's final declaration will be issued by               Baba, as the above is His Final Decision.

 

 

BOOK REVIEW

 

Journey with God, by Francis Brabazon. 35 pp., $1.20.

 

When a Western intellect of status, the well-known Australian poet, Francis Brabazon, gives his namaskar of love and devotion to the highest value of Eastern culture, the living Avatar, it is indeed glad tidings; and when he describes his impressions with the dramatic conviction of an eyewitness, traveling with the God-man on one of His unique darshan tours, it is fascinating reading to the soul athirst for Truth. This booklet, a further documentation of Avatar Maher Baba's life and work, penned in vigorous free verse and prose, reflects Mr. Brabazon's orderly, talented mind and refreshing personality—which Baba was quick to appreciate, develop and use for His Work. He was the only Westerner invited to accompany Meher Baba on the Andhra Mass Darshan Tour of February, 1954, the same tour so beautifully filmed in color. Francis is making a recording of his title poem, “Journey With God," to accompany the film. The little volume is aptly titled, for sharing the Avatar's life is a kaleidoscopic caravan of spiritual experiences and realizations. Printed in pamphlet form, it contains an Introduction, with an autobiographical sketch reflecting on the Master-disciple relationship; the title poem, "Journey with God," in free verse, which is divided into "The Flight, "'God at Poona," and "Andhra Para­diso;" article entitled "Note on the God-Man,"—a lucid explanation of the Avataric theory, and lastly, several messages dictated by Baba, including the vital and challenging one given at Dehra Dun, September, 1953, "entitled, "The Highest of the High" For its small size, this little booklet contains a great deal of spiritual treasure. It may be ordered from John Bass, 467 Central Park West, New York City, N.Y.

 

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