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behaviour of his father could be reconciled with his villainy, and how anybody could believe in such a Guru and God who gives no justice on this earth. It seems that this youngster appealed to the Guru of that Satsang to settle their quarrels, which the Guru refused to do. He was told to keep their quarrels to themselves and go to the court if need be. Captain Harichand asked him to forget about his father's behaviour and quarrels. He told him that these troubles cannot be solved by hate, but can be solved only through love. He asked him to approach his father with love asking for his forgiveness. We advised him to read some of Baba's books, think of Him, develop faith in Him, and accept Him as the Highest of the High and surrender everything to Him and he would eventually get peace. We gave him our Center address and asked him to attend the Sunday meetings. After a few days he came to the Center and said that he was very happy reading Baba's books and that he felt very peaceful after the day of his visit to our stall.

 

The Popular Pamphlets

The majority of the visitors, having heard of Avatar Meher Baba for the first time, asked for something small and concise giving His life-sketch and message to read. So they were going in for the smaller books and brochures though the bigger books, "God Speaks," "Listen Humanity" and "Avatar," caught their eye. Hence the smaller books and booklets like the "Gems," "Highest of the High" and "What Meher Baba Says," sent by brother Adi, and most of the pamphlets like "The Silent Saviour of Humanity," "Twenty-one Fragments by Avatar Meher Baba," sent by brother Ramakrishnan from Poona, and the Hindi pamphlets sent from Hamirpur, were almost sold out during the first week or two. The stall counter looked almost bare. But brother Adi, hearing about it sent another lovely lot of pamphlets by return post. Concurrently we also received a consignment of "Twenty-One Fragments" from brother Nariman who knew about our requirements on his visit to Delhi. A majority of the second lot of booklets were also sold out by the closing day.

 

In the second consignment sent by brother Adi there were two American pamphlets on Baba's message, one with the title "Love" and another "Marriage." One evening a crowd of college students visiting the stall were very much attracted by them. So the youngsters started buying them wholesale, clamoring to Mona, "Madam, one 'Love here', Madam, one 'Marriage' here." Noting their excitement Mona told them that these booklets contained the

 

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