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Three men now entered and Baba explained these were the workers who had arranged to bring all the Andhra lovers to Poona on a special train. The workers had not yet seen Baba, although it was the third day after arrival. He reminded them He had once told some of the mandali twenty years ago, “There will come a day when you'll want to come from far away and you will not be able to see Me." Now He embraced each of the three Andhraites and said, "The only work you three have to do now is to see that it doesn't rain here!" They embraced Baba with such love that He gestured after they left "I’m limp in the arms, but by 1 o'clock I will be strong again to embrace the people."

 

Two more men came up for an embrace. Baba said they loved Him very much. He then" reminded Dr. Hayman He had promised him five minutes today. "Today's the day, Ben! Shall we send all these people away?!" At Baba's request, Lenny Willoughby sang "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands” as we all clapped the rhythm. Baba gestured, "The words are true. Its a fact. I am very happy to have the whole world in My hands. It seems so quiet, calm, peaceful . . . just a little speck!" We all smiled with Baba about the 'little speck' in His hands. Now different groups, and individuals who belonged to no group, had their turn alone with Him. To the Sufis Baba said:

 

"The only thing I must give is The Word . . . next year. That is the reason why I plan to stop everything next year. I will not call for either Easterners or Westerners . . . no one! I will prepare for the urge to break My Silence. It is simple, but I must have that urge. You do not know how eager I am to give that Word! I am preparing everything. I must see to the affairs of the whole world. Meanwhile I stress that when I give that Word, all of you who love Me will know it in your hearts. Much will be revealed to you then. God is the Truth. So why worry about the future? Didn't you hear yesterday what Hafiz said—'Why worry—it never means anything'? Murshida (Duce) . . .give up some of your worries!

 

"Do your duty, but don't feel worried about it. Remain 100% happy, 100% honest! Do the best you can; then at night, relax and forgot about everything. Keep happy—that is your duty! And remain honest, don't compromise. When you do, you get a fear complex in the heart . . .

 

"I am telling the whole world not to worry. The time is fast approaching when I will give the Word. The whole world will know about it; and there will be many changes. You have no idea how insignificant your

 

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