"I am very happy to see you all. While I was giving the interviews a few minutes ago, this gentleman asked Me, 'Baba, what is your title?' Do you remember?"
The reporter replied, "Yes, I do."
Eruch continued: "Baba told me to tell him that in India the Indians call Baba "Avatar," which means God in human form, God descending in human form. Baba says, 'I say to everyone, you are all avatars. Why? Because God is in all. I and you are one. That is what I say to all. In India, when I go to different places to give darshan—that is, when the people come to see Me and bow down to Me—then I bow down to them, to the children, to the aged, to the lepers . . .to make them understand that the only reality is God. Every individual should be happy, but they are not. Why? It is due to ignorance. They do not understand that God resides in all, that God knows everything. If they would just resign to the will of God, they would be happy, because they would know how to feel happy. One should not think of self; one should think of others, and try to make others happy. Then there will not be any strife. All would be happy, everything would be harmonious.
"Yesterday Baba gave out this message: 'God, Who is all Power, all Wisdom, all Love, all Mercy and all Bliss, resides in us all. There also reside in us all the apparently opposite aspects of these infinite qualities, like helplessness, ignorance, lust, cruelty, and suffering. He who desires God develops compassion, selflessness, and self-denying renunciation. He who runs after transitory shadow-objects of desire, cultivates selfishness, greed and hatred. The former bring peace on earth; the latter bring wars and destruction. Give up low desires and unnecessary cravings, and you will experience heaven on earth.' "
Another reporter asked: "We have here many excerpts of messages concerning your Silence. Is there any one statement that is more significant than the other?"
Baba replied: "There is one. When I break My Silence, the world will come to know that I am the One whom they were waiting for."
Reporter: "What inspired your Silence?"
Baba: "To make the world know Me after breaking My Silence."