"Now ask me something if you like. Ask me about your difficulties."
V. R.: "What about our failings regarding Spirituality?"
Baba: "I say that no one has failed. You love me whole-heartedly. When love is not at its height it always creates mess. There is no question of failing. I am very happy with you all. As I said last night, this is for the first time I held such a meeting for the Divine Cause in sixty years of this life. If only you had a little glimpse of my Divinity, all doubts would have vanished and love—Real Love—established. Illusion has such a tight grip that we forget Reality. After 100 years, you won't have this form, and yet today you don't feel this truth. If yesterday's accident to K. D. R. had taken them away from this world and killed them, this muddle which is in their mind now this moment, would not have been there. So, K. D. R., think that you are dead and from now on, you only live for me.
V. R.: "We are prodigal children and not up to the mark. Give us help through Adi. That is my prayer."
Baba: "Let us be very honest, absolutely honest, Adi has been with me like the few tested Mandali for a long period; and he has been doing office work for 20 years 100 per cent; and even then, as I said, no one of my Mandali is Baba. Everyone has got weaknesses and defects. Advice you can have from Adi but not as from Baba through Adi."
V.: "Will the Andhra lovers be informed of the time and place of Baba's breaking silence?"
Baba: "My dear V.! If this is what is meant by breaking silence, it would be better I don't break it. All will know. Just as, as I told you last night, the 'Powerhouse' is to be switched on and all connected with it will be enlightened, so it will be not only here, but throughout the world. But bulbs not working or fused will not be giving the Light. That is why I have been telling you all to love me more and more. All this talk of books, literature is good for preparing the ground; but the time for the 'Powerhouse' to be switched on is so near that the only thing that will count now is Love."
Baba, continuing, remarked on His own:
"Again I say, if you want to make Andhra love me and make them feel my love for them, then it is in your own individual hands to do so. This does not mean that you must necessarily work individually. I never said that. I say, each one of you be a 'Baba-Centre' ; this does not mean that each one