He says, "I am the Ancient One," yet He smiles like a Babe.
You may see Him as the Christ or you may not. And it wont matter, if you love Him. He will make a Christ out of you.
He says, "I am the Highest of the High," yet he bows down to the lowest of the low.
He says, "I am God," and then shows the God in you.
He knows the complete past and future, yet He makes us live in the Present.
He holds all the suffering of the world in His heart, yet makes merry with us and lifts our petty glooms.
How can God keep a straight face about all this (one Soul in billions of bodies)?
He never makes gifts to us. He reveals the Treasure within.
He is Truth.
Truth― always longed-for, always despised, always contested—attained by a few.
BABA IS—hard to understand, easy to love, difficult to know, impossible to realize—so try!
Aspiration, expectation, hope— are always greater than fulfillment Except in meeting Baba.
How can that which is perfect disappoint us?
And yet people leave Baba.
But that is not surprising. People are continually leaving their Self.
He doesn 't ask for faith in Him but faith in Self.
He doesn't ask that you love Him, but love Him in all.
He doesn’t ask for obedience to Him as person but as Truth.
He asks for surrender only to the Divine Will which is in Him.
In Him clear.
In you diffuse.
Constantly I hear Baba saying "I AM THE SUN.”