Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
09 Sep, 2013
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What is the significance of worshiping Lord Ganesha? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us today.  

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Vinayaka is the Lord who removes all obstacles. The elephant is noted for its acute intelligence. Ganesha's elephant head symbolises sharpness of intellect and the highest power of discrimination. In a forest, when an elephant moves through the jungle, it clears all the obstacles, and leads the way for others to follow. Likewise, worship Ganesha at the start of any activity. His Grace is sufficient to clear all the obstacles in your path and grant success in your undertakings. The small mouse is a clever and lively creature. Symbolically it implies that we should be wise, agile and diligent in our actions. Vinayaka is a deity of infinite potency, who encompasses the entire universe within Himself. Accord Him a place of honour and secure His Grace. Then your journey of life will be made smoother and happier.

- Divine Discourse, Sep 4, 1989.

Sathya Sai Baba
The God-centered person has three qualities: Purity, Perseverance and Patience. - Baba