the ego; but the mind is for strengthening it. The mind gains a sense of greatness in doing "Baba's" work. There is no escaping this. What is to be done then? Try to be humble? But even when the leader of a group charged with the responsibility of spreading "Baba's" message of love tries to be humble, his co-workers may take it as mere posing on the part of their leader and look down upon him. Though for his quality of leadership other people respect the leader.
Another weak spot in doing "Baba's" work is that the workers themselves fail to co-operate. With differences of opinion they find fault with one another. The result is that the work itself suffers: All this is because the workers differ among themselves while they dare to carry to the people "Baba's" Message of Love, Tolerance and Purity of heart!
But there is a remedy for this type of disunity. If the workers tried to act upon it sincerely, it would be easy to wipe away the weak spot. Real workers are those who, in addition to giving help to their leaders, disregard the faults of their leaders and co-workers. In such cases, the workers themselves become leaders, and yet remain sincere workers, too. If My workers follow this advice and co-operate with their leaders and co-workers, understanding that it is l who have entrusted the responsibility to the group-heads, then your "Baba's" work would be done.
Baba continued: "This was meant for the Indian workers because I had clarified on many occasions what I meant by work and workers—this is just advice."
“Who did not sleep last night?" Mrs. Kashouty raised her hand. Baba asked why? "Because I dreamt I was trying to save someone from drowning." Baba said: "Think of me for five minutes before going to bed." Harold Rudd said: "Baba, I have an infinite, profound reason for not sleeping. The baby woke me up!" Baba said, "I am happy to hear your explanation because you now can understand how all the babies in the world keep me awake!"
Baba called for a few minutes of relaxation. When the meeting resumed Baba said: "Kitty has requested me to send everyone out before 12 for lunch because of the children's party that we have this afternoon. Tomorrow I will call a small group of ladies to my house. It is Mehera's work. Then on Monday we have a performance in the afternoon by Margaret's group of