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"Only God and the Perfect Masters can live such a life. They are the only ones who are really humble. So what you are, you are to express it unmindful of public opinion or the reaction of others.

 

"Be natural. If you are dishonest, do not try to hide yourself behind the curtain of honesty. That, however, does not mean that you should be dishonest. What I want to say is, that you must be most natural rather than be the least bit hypocritical."

 

  • "In the spiritual path, these messages and addresses mean noth­ing. Without actual experience, all philosophical statements are idle talk and all the ceremonial phenomenon is further addition to the existing illusion.
  • "If, instead of erecting Churches, Fire-Temples, Mandirs and Mosques, people were to establish the house of God in their hearts for their Beloved God. My work will have been done.

     

    "If, instead of performing ceremonies and rituals mechanically as age-old customs, people were to serve their fellow-beings with the selflessness of love, taking God to be equally residing in one and all, and that by so serving others they are serving God, My work will have been fulfilled.

     

    "I give you all My Blessings so that, if not all, some of you, few of you or one of you, could love God honestly and find Me in everyone and everything.

     

    "Now I will give My Prasad of Love, which you accept with love. No one should bow down to Me or offer fruits and flowers. Only take with love, what I give with love."

     

     

    The Die Is Cast

     

     

    This article, written by a Disciple of Meher Baba, includes a digest of Baba's various comments and remarks of April 24, 1955, at Satara, India, in the form of five Discourses

     

    'Let Thy Will be mine, and let my will follow Thine."—Thomas a' Kempis

     

    True obedience to one's Master is the greatest and closest of bind­ings which must inevitably bring in its wake the greatest of all free­doms—the Freedom of the Soul.

     

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