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1. a

2. Bhagawan Baba always has emphasised that peace is within each individual and not in the exterior world. In the phrase ‘ I want peace’, ‘I’ represents Ego and ‘want’ represents desire. One who can get rid of ego and desire can undoubtedly attain peace has been Baba’s formula for peace.

3. C

4. D

5. Yoga means union with God or pathway to union with god as well.

6. Solutions to the fill in the blanks :
a) Happiness is union with God.
b) Hands that serve are holier than lips that pray.
c) A man with dual mind is half-blind.
d) Removal of immorality is the only way to immortality.

7. This too shall pass away.

8. c

9. Baba released the monthly magazine ‘Sanathana Sarathi’ on the sacred occasion of Sivarathri in the February of 1958. The term ‘Sanathana’ means eternal, timeless and ‘Sarathi’ means charioteer. So, it implies Baba is the eternal charioteer. He is, was and will always be our guide, God, master and beloved like He was to Arjuna (His dear devotee) when He came down as Lord Krishna about 5000 years ago.

10. b

11. A googly. Swami always says that He has no intermediaries, no middlemen. His relationship with the devotee is one to one, heart to heart, love to love. The devotee has the most powerful channel of communication: a sincere heart-felt prayer. There is nothing that can substitute prayer in this world.

12. c. Except the book ‘Sai Baba – Holyman and the Psyciatrist’ which is authored by Samuel Sandweiss, all other books are written by Howard Murphet.

13. The cross constitutes a vertical bar cut across by a horizontal bar. Baba says that the vertical bar ‘I’ represents one’s ego which has to be sliced and subdued as represented by the horizontal bar cutting the ‘I’.

14. It is the act of Helping others, serving and giving and sacrificing for others.


Volume - 2 Issue - 5 Radiosai Journal - PSN 2004