answered the language of the heart. To test the peacefulness of the heart and balance of the mind, they should be made to face the turmoil of the world in a state of happiness. Further, to make others happy even at the cost of one's own happiness was very important for spiritual purposes.
To T. H., who in spite of his love and sincerity found himself unequal to the task of feeling Baba is God, Baba advised him to leave the results of good and bad to Baba. Further, Baba bade him rest assured of this, not to worry any more, and every night before retiring, to try to see Baba everywhere and in every one.
- To F. M., Baba expressed happiness to find his love for Baba increased.
- On the morning of the 18th, in the big hall on the main floor of the hotel, there were more than 150 aspiring souls invited for darshan. One after another was ushered in to meet Baba and be blessed by His touch and prasad, which Baba handed out to every one of them. After darshan, there were many from amongst the new and old devotees of Baba who lingered outside the hall to have another glimpse of Baba. The flow of incoming persons had to be interrupted for a while when Baba wished to say a few words to ardent lovers.
- On the evening of the 18th, again a darshan program was held in the same hall and over one hundred persons were present. Charles Purdom read Baba's Message, "How Does One Work for Baba?" The visitors were served with tea, cakes and sandwiches.
- All in all, during Baba's short stay in London, over one hundred private interviews were granted; and during His transcontinental travel of over 30,000 miles, there was hardly a flight when someone who knew Baba was not encountered and Baba had to extend a hand of blessing and a gesture of grace.
Baba's Stop In Switzerland
July 17, 1956
By HEDI MERTENS
We left at night to pass St. Gotthard in the quiet of early morning. Surrounded by thoughts of Baba (three years ago, we had driven the