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We now bring you a quiz to test your recall power from reading Heart2Heart. Please click on the links to find out the full stories.

1. In ‘Baba's Three Questions’ from our September 15th 2003 issue, we picked three stories from the Sanathana Sarathi April 1961 issue written by late Prof. Kasturi. One of the stories relates to an officer who had developed high fever in a jungle during a thunderstorm who had thus lost all hopes of rescue. But when He prayed to Baba, he experienced a Saincidental act of mercy when a lorry arrived and the driver took him to a doctor. Later, he came to Puttaparthi.

What did Swami ask him?

2. Back in October 2004, we started the 'Conversations with Sai' section which serializes the famous book 'Conversations with Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba' by John S. Hislop. What was Swami’s reply to Hislop’s question: ‘What is the big factor that prevents us from seeing the Truth of life clearly?’

3. In ‘You Will Win’, the Sathya Sai Speaks of the May 15th 2004 issue, Swami compared Bhakthi and Jnana, stating that Bhakthi is the more difficult path for the sadhaka. What does Swami say Bhakthi means?

4. In our Chinna Katha ‘This Belongs to My Dear Devotee’ from the March 2006 issue, we presented Swami’s story about a plate of gold which had fallen from the sky into the centre of the temple hall inscribed with the words, ‘This Belongs to My Dear Devotee’. However, it turned into an earthen plate the moment anyone touched it in a greedy way - until one day a stranger came and touched it and it remained gold! All the people in the temple crowded round the man and tried to find out his greatness. What did the man say was the sadhana he had practised to earn the accolade?

5. In our ‘Reflections On Prayer’ article, of the September 2003 issue which stressed the importance of prayer in our daily lives, Prof. G. Venkataraman shared a beautiful poem with us written by a famous saint:


Make me an instrument
of Your Peace!

Where there is hatred, let me sow Love;
Where there is injury, Pardon;
Where there is discord, Unity;
Where there is doubt, Faith;
Where there is error, Truth;
Where there is despair, Hope;
Where there is sadness, Joy;
Where there is darkness, Light.

O Divine Master!

Grant that I may not seek
To be consoled, as to console;
To be understood, as to understand;
To be loved, as to love.

For it is in giving that we receive,
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
It is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life.

Who was it written by?

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Vol 5 Issue 09 - SEPTEMBER 2007
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