see Him, I started to get a little shaky. I peeked in and He spotted me, called me in and embraced me. He's very affectionate with all His people. The way He received me left an impression I won't forget. He reminds me of some one with a puppy dog. He makes you feel very good. It's that way with all the people there . . . you don't realize it at the time, but it's like one big family. Everyone is very close to one another, and that struck me, because this is the way I always felt people should be. Over there I saw it for the first time.
Baba told me that He wanted me to be there every morning at 7:30 and stay there all day with Him until 5 (except for lunch). This continued for about eleven days, right up till the time I left. In fact I saw Baba only yesterday morning. He wants me to tell everyone that He is sending His love to them. This is to Adele and Filis and the entire group.
There are so many things that happened that it's hard to pick them out and express them. One of the unusual things about Baba is that whenever I had an important question to ask Him, I never had to ask it, because before I did, He started to answer it. This is something He did very often with me. It's not so much that I wanted to ask Him theological questions, but Baba says He wants to give His love to people and they have to be ready to receive it. Well, I felt this is the important thing, and I wanted to know how I could make myself able to receive it. This is through His grace, as He so often says, and well, I just wanted Him to start giving a little grace, you know!
He explained everything to me not so much in the way of words, but in the way of feelings, because that is the real explanation. Nobody has to tell you when you're feeling; just like when you're hearing, you know that you're hearing. Well it's the same thing with feelings,—and Baba is constantly giving. He has the kind of smile that's very contagious—He smiles, and everybody in the place beams. If He stops smiling, everybody is sort of let down. He gives His Love very much.
While I was there He gave quite a few darshans. One Sunday He gave darshan to 10,000 people, maybe more. They were waiting in line all the way up to the gate. All the time He was giving darshan, there was music being played; it was very melodic. I used to think that Indian music didn't have any melody, but this was very beautiful and had a sad quality. The