Baba patted his tummy, and we all heard the rumbles, and burst into laughter with Him. He continued, tapping the top of His head, saying, "I bear the whole universe on My head, but this is a sort of additional crucifixion, because this food does not agree with Me."
Dana added to the hilarity by contrapunting: "One man's medicine is another man's poison."
"I want you all to close your eyes for five minutes. Do not think of anything, just think of Baba."
Obediently we all sat still and closed our eyes in meditation. Then we distinctly heard Baba's tummy rumbling. We all burst out laughing. The laughter increased when Dana said, "I'll stop eating them myself." Baba with a delighted smile said through Eruch:
"This afternoon you all have a chance to laugh and feel relaxed. Baba also has a chance to relax here for five minutes. You had no chance in New York; at Myrtle Beach, little chance; in Los Angeles, none. But here today we feel relaxed, happy."
"I come down to your level so that we can laugh and be free together, but don't forget at the same time that I am the Highest of the High. Dana?"
"I will not recommend grapes any more, Baba!"
"Dana loves Me very Much, he is working very hard so that others can love Me, (but) he lives on dried fruits . . . " Baba asked Fred Winterfeldt what about his prophecy that it would clear. "I need your help, Baba," Fred replied.
Gesturing towards the outdoors, Baba said, Now go out and see the view and try to love Baba through nature. This is all due to My love . . . this whole creation, this nature, all the beauty you see, all came out of Me . . .
We all tumbled outside and lo, the whole sky began rapidly to clear and one could see for hundreds of miles the beautiful rolling hills below. Each one meditated in his own way on the incredible view and Baba's last words.
Shortly afterwards, Baba called in a few back into the room. Ivy Duce tells us: "He was pacing up and down and looked at us solemnly, snapped His fingers and said, 'I have made My decision!' As we stood there wondering what this momentous decision was, He said, 'When I come back in 700 years,