play called "The Quest," which told the story of a search to find Baba. None of those taking part had played before, but Baba praised their performance and said that the play was to be published and distributed in other countries as well as here. He also praised the mural highly and rewarded its painter with a loving look and embrace, and even suggested a slight change in one of the figures. To this writer's view, this is certainly the best piece of depiction of Baba which has yet been done—it is even sufficiently good to encourage one to think that the Avatar's Advent this time will not pass unworthily recorded; that this painter, if no one else, will in time register this Advent in real art terms. Even the impossible (art in this time and period) is possible, God willing.
To return to that from which we have digressed—although the digression itself furthers the account in hand: Baba then retired for the night, and we returned to our quarters. Some two hours later, two or three of us were called to find out the cause of a noise on the roof. A high wind had sprung up. We got ladders, and two went up on the roof and tested for movement a frame carrying a banner of welcome. We were called down and sent up and called down again. Baba then smiled and said, "This has given you three more opportunities to see Me. "
The next morning (11th) at eight we all assembled again with Baba. He inquired after our health and how we had all slept, joked with us, and played with the children. From 9 to 11:30 He received the general public. Some 150 obtained that which all life and mankind, through all its multifarious activities, moves toward, the actual sight of God fully incarnate as Man, and the receiving of His blessing.
After lunch, Baba called us into His company again, and then left for Melbourne, accompanied by twenty of us as well as His four disciples.
Arriving at Melbourne Baba was welcomed by the members there, and taken to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Denis O'Brien in the suburb of Camberwell. The next morning (12th) each one of the Group in Melbourne was presented to Him and received His embrace. Baba then had them all sit down before Him, told them to feel at ease and to make the most of the time He would be with them. He said that He had come here for those who have come for Baba's love, not to see crowds. In America many people came to see Him; here He wished to relax. Try to draw Baba's love: