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SAI PHILOSOPHY FROM THE DIARY OF SAI.BA.NI.SA.



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31) Things in the materialistic world tend to induce self- centerdness, while taste of ‘Adhyatma’ inculcates that every thing around us belongs to God and is his creation.
26-07-1995



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71) While perambulating around the temple, your physical health improves, whereas con-stant thinking and chanting of "LORD'S name improves the health of mind.



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41) You turn richer when you serve a thirsty rich person with much needed water without any envy and anticipation of returns.
29th December 1995.



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36) In the divine path there are no witnesses and proofs. Only the feelings and experiences are everlasting.
5th September 1995.



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21) Pain and agony to the heart are caused by thieves stealing your money and property, where as progress in ‘adhyatma’ (spiritualism) will lead to Lord’s grace and bless you with real pleasure



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76) Men engrossed in worldly pleasures appear happy and contented to all others. When surrounded with difficulties they are the weakest.



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SAI PHILOSOPHY FROM THE DIARY OF SAI.BA.NI.SA.



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SAI PHILOSOPHY FROM THE DIARY OF SAI.BA.NI.SA.

121) Offer food to any visitor who comes while you are dining. Do not feel sorry if he declines. Do not expect any return for the food served.



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26) When you taste the nectar or true bliss, do not confine it to yourself. Pass it on to others without adulteration and claiming returns.
22-11-1995