Loving Sai Ram from Prasanthi Nilayam
Apr 23, 2022
Why should we consider ourselves most fortunate? On the eve of the Aradhana Mahotsavam, Bhagawan reminds us of the greatest blessing we have been showered with, so that we may strive to live up to it.  

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Today in this Kali yuga, while the currents of contradiction and controversy are undermining faith and adoration, the good fortune that has brought you face to face with Me is something for which you must thank your merit won through many lives. This is no ordinary good fortune. This incarnation is moving with you in order to console, encourage and cure. This relationship is something unique; it has to be kept unbroken until the goal is reached. I have no wish to draw people towards Me, away from the worship of My other names and forms. You may infer from what you call My miracles, that I am causing them to attract and to attach you to Me, and Me alone. They are not intended to demonstrate or publicise; they are merely spontaneous and concomitant proofs of Divine Majesty. I am yours; you are Mine, forever and ever. What need is there for attracting and impressing, for demonstrating your Love or My compassion? I am in you; you are in Me. There is no distance or distinction.

- Divine Discourse, Nov 23, 1968.

Sathya Sai Baba
The closeness between our hearts is such that it is not going to come to an end.
Keep the essence of Sai in your heart. - Baba