- Little Junie Willoughby had been watching a TV program in which some people had been killed. Afterwards, Junie started to question her mother about death and wanted to know where people went when they died. Dulcie, trying to feel for the right answer to satisfy a four-year-old, told her, “Well, they go to God — you know, to God." Little Junie summed up the situation by replying, "You mean they go to Baba, Mommie."
- When Bernice Ivory was getting her children ready for bed one evening amidst the usual bed-time conversations and questions about Baba, her four-year-old son, Carlton, suddenly tapped her firmly in the center of the chest with his little forefinger and said, "Here is Baba!"
. . . And when Bernice entered the apartment on her return from the Myrtle Beach Sahavas (1958), Carlton followed her into the bedroom, and without any preliminaries, demanded, "Mommy, did you tell Baba that I love Him?" Taken completely by surprise, Bernice could only stammer an uncertain, 'Yes." The answer did not satisfy Carlton, for he repeated more forcefully, "Did you tell Baba that I love Him?" Then Bernice remembered a note that Baba had permitted her to write to Him while at the Sahavas which enabled her to answer the child with a positive 'Yes!' Whereupon the little boy, now being satisfied, said, "Oh," and strolled out, leaving her with the decided feeling that, as far as he was concerned, her sole purpose in attending the Sahavas was to bring his message of love to his Baba!
- Little Christopher Saladin was about 3½ years old when his parents took him in to meet Baba, in the summer of 1952. When they came out, Chris was asked, “Whom did you meet in there, just now?" "God," answered the little boy.
"My Center is in the heart of My Lover."