"That new book of discourses will give some satisfaction; even the scientists will find information in it that will help them a great deal. But what is wanted is help through the heart. One has to find Me there. That feeling gives such happiness that you will even stop reading My discourses. When I give out the Word, then all problems will be solved . . . are you happy?"
Others saw Baba individually; some He embraced. After He left the room I went in search of Dr. Donkin and some of his magic pills.
November 3—Afternoon Session
Around 2:30 we were back under the rainbow-colored pandal. A workman clambered on the roof adjusting the side panels to cut off the glare. Swallows darted freely back and forth under the portico. After Baba arrived on the platform, again hailed by all His lovers, He embraced several devotees from Calcutta and Madras. It was announced He would give a parting embrace to the Westerners on the morning of the 5th, and the Easterners who had not yet embraced Him, were to come to Him at 8:30 a. m. on the morrow. Baba added, "Once you have My Real Darshan in your hearts, there is no need to come up here on the stage for darshan. I want you to love Me as I should be loved, so one day you will have My Real Darshan."
After this Darwin Shaw read the following message:
In spite of telling you very often that I will not give you any more messages or discourses, I find Myself doing just this thing which is what I do not want to do. This is because most of you do things which I do not like your doing.
I had to give you a message yesterday because you expected one; and the theme of the message was on your being My children, because despite much talk about a Baba-family, there is more a semblance than a reality of kinship among you who are the children of One Father.
True children of One Father do not greet one another with smiles and embraces and at the same time harbor grudges and ill-feeling, but they have an active concern in their hearts for the well-being of one another and make sacrifices for that well-being.
If you make Me your real Father, all differences and contentions between