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Changing your attitude is pretense – you cannot keep it up forever. The yogic system is about fundamental transformation – that is what ultimately counts.

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Every worm, every insect, every animal is working for the ecological wellbeing of the planet. Only we humans, who claim to be the most intelligent species here, are not doing that.

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You don’t have to withdraw to a mountain cave to turn spiritual. It does not matter where you are or what you do in life. The spiritual process has nothing to do with the outside – it is something that happens within you.

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The economy Sadashiva is teaching is neither capitalism, nor communism or socialism.

It is Responsibilysm.

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327-Conversation with Ma.

Q-For the last thirty years I have kept satsang, yet my mind is not at peace. Like an ox that turns the wheel of an oil-mill I revolve and revolve. How can I find peace?
Ma-You have indeed kept satsang, but you have not reflected upon what you have been told. You have listened to words of wisdom, yet have not acted according to the injunctions of the wise; you have not thought deeply, not contemplated as advised. How will you win the Guru's grace?
Q-Why should the wise not let me have a share of what they have earned?
Ma-So you wish to enjoy the fruit of another's labour? So long as you do not meditate and act upon what you have been told, how can the path open out for you? If you practise whatever sadhana that suits your temperament and is within your capacity, your inner power will develop and increase. God is the Life of life, the Self. There is only one Life, one Self. In order to realise, to know it, you must resort to the spiritual exercise that appeals to you from deep within you. What have you done to find Him? How much work you do for worldly ends, how much trouble you take. But you sit down idly over the fact that you have forgotten your true nature--that you are the Atma, that you yourself are Peace. Have you made a sustained effort to realize this? Start right now some spiritual exercise for the purpose of this revelation. God has given you so much capacity to work. Dedicate at least a little more time to Him! And all the work you do in the world, lay as an offering at His feet. Regard yourself as His manager, don't feel that you are the boss. As the Lord's manager, serve Him in every human being. In your home there are the Goddess Lakshmi, Kumari Devi and Balgopal. Do service to them, do not neglect them, and you will be at peace. And whatever time you can spare, morning and evening, sit in solitude in your shrine-room and contemplate God's divine form, meditate on Him, worship Him. Start today, do not waste any more precious time!

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MA IN HER WORDS

On Dhyan

168. To be Without thought is the ultimate meditation.

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MA IN HER WORDS


By recitation of Gayatri, offering of oblations (in Yagna), japa and meditation and other appropriate actions, the state of impurities of previous births, present birth and whatever accumulated karmas are there, should be washed and wiped out. The aim, to unveil and open up the innate lamp within which is vigorously blazing by itself, should be served.

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Q-Do ceremonies performed for the dead actually benefit them? If so for how long?

Ma-Yes, they do benefit them, and for always, for even if the departed person were reborn, these prayers, being spiritual in nature, would not fail to uplift the soul, which after all, never dies, but remains the same from life to life, continually progressing in its onward march towards God, till it finally merges in Him and thus attains its liberation--Mukti, which is Supreme, Everlasting Bliss.
Then knowing the history of the grief-stricken couple who had put the question, She related anecdotes of bereavements which resembled the one they had suffered, and told how in one case the departed child was seen by his pining mother in a dream extremely happy in the company of thousands of other children, and how the deep yearnings of the mother caused the soul of her dead child to take birth again in her womb very soon afterwards, which disturbed his rest and retarded his progress. Grief is thus shown to be most harmful to the beloved ones whose loss we mourn.
The other case She related was that of the death of an only son. The mother, seeing the father unconcernedly smoking his hukka in a corner, piteously wailed and, with abundant tears accused him of hard-heartedness, to which he replied: "Do not think me to be indifferent to my son's death, but just now I am puzzling which son's death of all the dozen's of sons I have had in the last eighteen lives I should mourn." This gave great comfort to the couple concerned, which made them look upon Ma as a saviour-mother in whose lap they could always take shelter from the stormy blasts of life.

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Q-For the last thirty years I have kept satsang, yet my mind is not at peace. Like an ox that turns the wheel of an oil-mill I revolve and revolve. How can I find peace?

Ma-You have indeed kept satsang, but you have not reflected upon what you have been told. You have listened to words of wisdom, yet have not acted according to the injunctions of the wise; you have not thought deeply, not contemplated as advised. How will you win the Guru's grace?

Q-Why should the wise not let me have a share of what they have earned?

Ma-So you wish to enjoy the fruit of another's labour? So long as you do not meditate and act upon what you have been told, how can the path open out for you? If you practise whatever sadhana that suits your temperament and is within your capacity, your inner power will develop and increase. God is the Life of life, the Self. There is only one Life, one Self. In order to realise, to know it, you must resort to the spiritual exercise that appeals to you from deep within you. What have you done to find Him? How much work you do for worldly ends, how much trouble you take. But you sit down idly over the fact that you have forgotten your true nature--that you are the Atma, that you yourself are Peace. Have you made a sustained effort to realize this? Start right now some spiritual exercise for the purpose of this revelation. God has given you so much capacity to work. Dedicate at least a little more time to Him! And all the work you do in the world, lay as an offering at His feet. Regard yourself as His manager, don't feel that you are the boss. As the Lord's manager, serve Him in every human being. In your home there are the Goddess Lakshmi, Kumari Devi and Balgopal. Do service to them, do not neglect them, and you will be at peace. And whatever time you can spare, morning and evening, sit in solitude in your shrine-room and contemplate God's divine form, meditate on Him, worship Him. Start today, do not waste any more precious time!

Q-Ma, will I have the vision of God by virtue of the sadhana I am practising?

Ma-He does not reject or refuse anything. Whatever you offer to Him He will accept. In whatever way you approach Him, He will respond. All sadhanas are different paths that prepare you for the realization of Him.

Q-Man's life is conditioned by his prarabdha karma. Where does free will (purushartha), come in?

Ma-You must use your free will to find the Supreme. The practice (kriya) by which you advance towards Him (Purushottama) that exactly is called purushartha (free will or the power to decide for oneself). By God's grace even your destiny may be modified. If a devotee has firm faith that his prarabdha karma can be changed by God's grace, then this may become possible. There certainly are laws in God's creation, yet nothing is impossible for Him. If you think that God's grace is also within destiny, this is so for you. If on the other hand you are convinced that God is more powerful than destiny, then He may do anything at all for you. He provides for the worldly as well as the spiritual needs of His devotees.

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Q-Some live in the Ashram and some outside; are they all of the Great Mother's kith and kin or are some closely related and others more distantly?

Ma-Mother Kali is here ( this was Ranchi ashram where there is Kali temple.) in front of you. Does She belittle anyone? Why do all come to the Great Mother? Because all are alike to Her, all are Her kith and kin. But Her children ought to be aware of this!

Q-I always feel that everything in this world is fruitless and senseless--like in the workshop of a ghost. How can one escape from the grip of that ghost?

Ma-Who is the ghost? What is the work of man in the world? The ghost exists only because you think it does. Otherwise every man (jiva) is Siva, every woman Gauri. When you are yearning to do sadhana, you cannot remain without it. Even within the workshop of that 'ghost' you will very well be able to enter the current of sadhana. Depending on your interest, you will give preference to some work or other. On the spiritual path one has to fulfill one's duty. The Lord of Men comes in the guise of every human being to accept services from you. The housewife should regard her husband as an embodiment of the Lord and serve him with this attitude of mind. The small daughters of the family ought to be cared for as incarnations of the Virgin Mother and the sons as so many little Gopals who are in need of your love and affection. Why do you call this "the workshop of a ghost?" Carry out all work as God's service and there will be no such thing as a "workshop of a ghost."

Ma-The Ashram of the householder is a field of service and every service should be performed as the worship of God. Let the husband adore his wife as Lakshmi, the Goddess who presides over the home. Then you will see how full of happiness and joy life becomes.
To be able to keep up this attitude of serving God in all your actions, you must at fixed times of the day retire to your shrine-room for meditation, prayer, japa, the reading of scriptures and so forth, just as a clock has to be wound regularly. In this manner you will gradually come to do all your work as a divine service.

Q-I am aware of the fact that I am unable to attend to my duty. Is this a sign of spiritual progress?
Ma-Do you feel that you are unable to attend to it or have you not the power to overcome the obstacles that are in the way? The sense of want or insufficiency is salutary, for it awakens the remembrance of God and therefore helps one to advance.

Q-If I commit anything wrong, this is, according to the Shastras, due to some evil mental dispositions (sanskaras). Now the question arises: from where did the first evil disposition come?

Ma-All sadhanas are practised in order to discover this. Start meditating and invoking God's holy name and you will find that one day the reply to your question will come to you of itself.

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Varanasi, a rainy evening in August, 1949. Ma was seated in her usual place in the hall with only a few ashramites on either side of her. Nobody had ventured out into the pouring rain. Exactly opposite to Ma at the West end of the hall an emaciated old lady was lying on her bedding that had been spread on the floor. She was very ill and had shifted to the ashram a few weeks ago, as she wished to die in Ma's presence and in sight of the Ganges. Her last hour had obviously come. Her son had been called and was sitting close by her, chanting holy texts, while her daughter was attending to her. The dying woman had a rosary in her hand. She was hardly breathing but evidently fully conscious. Her blouse had been loosened and one could see every one of her protruding ribs, in fact she looked already like a skeleton. Ma was watching her intently. Off and on she would shout loudly: 'Mother, are you doing japa?' The old lady could respond only by almost imperceptible gestures. Her daughter confirmed: 'Yes, she was doing japa and listening to her son's chanting.' Ma suggested sprinkling Ganges water on her chest, and a few drops of the sacred liquid were instilled into her mouth with a piece of cottonwool as she was too weak to drink. Not for a moment did Ma let Her eyes off her. Suddenly Ma got up and walked straight to the dying woman. With great motherly affection She gazed at her, placed a garland on her chest and then with a swift and determined gesture passed both Her hands over the shrivelled body from head to foot. The end had come. It was an unforgettable, most impressive moment.
"Call the girls to sing kirtan!" said Ma. The brahmacharinis of the Kanyapeeth (the Girl's school of the Ashram) came and sang, some of the children were nine or ten. What a beautiful idea to make children witness death in this atmosphere of peace and serenity! Everyone felt moved, but there was no weeping, no lamenting, no regret, on the contrary, a hush, a sense of quiet joy, of fulfilment pervaded the atmosphere. "Death means changing one's garments," one can often hear Ma say.
The kirtan continued for some time, then the body was taken down to the ghat. Some Ganges water was poured over the spot where the old lady had breathed her last and an oil-lamp placed there. Everyone left the hall. Fortunate is he who ends his days in this manner.

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On Death

In reply to a question, Ma stressed the importance of what one thinks at the moment of death. For, just as the leech does not leave its place without hooking on to something else, so the soul at the time of leaving the body hooks on to some kind of new existence according to the state of mind of the dying person. But at that moment one has no control over one's thought. It will automatically dwell where it usually dwells. This is why one has to practice the Presence of God while one is well and fit so that the thought of God may come spontaneously when one is ill and weak.
Ma narrated two stories to illustrate this fact...
An old woman who had spent many years of her life selling oil, was about to die. Her relatives had assembled round her and were urging her to repeat 'Rama' or 'Krishna.' But the dying woman was only half conscious and her power of hearing was impaired. To the shouting of her children and grand-children; "Repeat God's name," she kept on replying what she had been used to say to beggars who came to her shop begging for oil; "Not a drop will I give, not a drop." Saying this, she passed away.

Ma-This incident occured in Varanasi ashram. The aged mother of one of the ashramites had come to spend the end of her life in the ashram. She used to attend to her puja and japa with great regularity from early morning until nearly midday, without eating or even drinking water. She would then cook and eat her food and scrub the vessels. Towards evening she got busy again with her sadhana. After some time she fell ill and was confined to bed, but continued with her japa without interruption. Whenever some food or drink was brought to her, she would indicate by signs that she had not finished her japa and could therefore not take anything. Finally she breathed her last, with her fingers in the correct position for doing japa according to the prescribed rules. Those who took her body to the burning ghat related that, when it had burnt to ashes and only the bones were left over, even then the skeleton remained in the same position until at last the arms crossed over the breast. The people present declared that they had never before witnessed anything of the sort.

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319-Ma talks on various kinds of death, (by Atmananda )

Q-The other day I read in the newspaper that someone was found dead. He had left a letter to say that since the woman he loved had passed away, he had gone to join her, for he could not live without her. Can one by committing suicide really be united with a deceased person?

Ma-Never! One who commits suicide enters a deep darkness from which it is most difficult to be released, unless someone who wields great supernatural power takes pity and liberates him from it. In that condition of dense darkness one cannot meet anyone. Suicide is a most heinous crime. Man is born in order to reap the consequences of his actions of former births. To try and escape from this by suicide is extremely foolish, it only prolongs the agony indefinitely. No one who is in his senses can possibly take his life; at the moment of doing so a person is invariably disturbed in his reason. Suicide does not solve any problem, on the contrary it creates endless complications and prevents one from paying off one's karmic debts.

Q-What about murder?

Ma-Well, the murderer will no doubt have to suffer for his crime.

Q-And the murdered?

Ma-It is unfortunate indeed to be murdered. But it has to be borne in mind that this is due to some evil karma. It is an inauspicious death.

Q-What about sati?

Ma-That is a different matter altogether. A real sati has to be completely steady in mind and body. If entering the fire she suffers, she cannot be called a sati.
Once Ma related the story of one of Her ancestors. After circumambulating seven times around her husband's funeral pyre, she put one of her fingers into the flame of a candle to make sure whether she would be able to bear being burnt alive. The finger did not move. She then told her relatives that since one of her little toes had once inadvertently touched the pillow of her husband (which is considered a sin), that toe would in order to expiate this sin, feel the flame and therefore riggle, but nobody should be alarmed at this. She then entered her husband's pyre and at once her body became completely still, just like a corpse. She obviously did not feel any pain whatsoever, she was perfectly steady.

Ma then referred to a story of sati, which She had heard from Bholanathji. That particular woman did not even have the chance to leap into the fire. While doing pranam before entering her husband's pyre, life ebbed away from her and her dead body was consumed by the flames together with her husbands'.

After the terrible disaster at the Kumbha Mela in Allahabad in 1954, when hundreds were trampled to death, Ma was questioned as to the fate of the victims. According to the Shastras 'Apamrityu' (untimely death by accident) causes the departed to undergo a restless, ghostly existence. In some cases the deceased is tied to the place of the accident, unable to proceed to higher states of consciousness.

Ma-What the shastras declare, holds good in the ordinary course of events. In special cases it is different. On this occasion, just consider: The constellation of the Kumbha, the sacredness of the Triveni, the atmosphere created by a vast gathering of sadhus and sannyasis with their spirit of complete renunciation. Death occurred at that auspicious moment; this ought certainly to mean the opening out of a path to higher planes of consciousness. Just as there is such a thing as 'apamrityu', there are other possibilities as well.

Later Ma asked Dr. Gopinath Kaviraj about his opinion. He replied: "The condition of man after he leaves his physical body depends on his state of mind at the instant of death. On that auspicious day and when at the crucial moment everyone was deeply concentrated I cannot believe that this could have been a case of apamrityu. It is of course true that the time, place and manner of death are the result of one's past actions; but since it happened during the constellation of the Maha Kumbha, at the Triveni, in the holy month of Magh and in the presence of so many saints and sages, I feel as good as certain that there can have been no question of apamrityu. On the contrary, the departed must have had the rare good fortune of being raised up into higher states of existence."
Later again Dr. G. Kaviraj said: "I know of a similar occurence where, by some special Divine Grace the dying in their subtle bodies were severed from their physical just an instant before death took place and were lifted into higher states of consciousness. I have a strong feeling that here also, due to the intervention of some special Divine Mercy the dying were blessed with the capacity to ascend straight away into loftier states of being."

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The Narmada river in Gujarat is said to be the place where practically every stone has the shape of a linga. It is therefore customary to procure Shiva lingas from there. While Ma was in Vrindavan, three lingas were brought from the Narmada for the Rajgir Temple. However, the pandits of Vrindavan for some reason did not approve of those lingas. When Ma enquired what to do with them, the pandits said they should be put into the Ganges. Since the Ganges is not anywhere near Vrindavan, someone suggested that the Jamuna would serve the purpose. The day on which the lingas were let down into the river Ma felt extremely cold, in fact She was so stiff that She could not get up, She had the sensation as if Shiva was being drowned. She thus sent for the pandits and asked them to locate those lingas and have them taken out of the water. The pandits succeeded and the lingas were subsequently sent to Varanasi and later to Rajgir. Ma remarked that there was a natural connection between Shiva and the Ganga. The three lingas in question, however, had by their immersion in the Jamuna carried the love of Krishna to Rajgir. - 1965

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A human birth is an auspicious birth. A human form is an auspicious gift. Who receives it? So you don't have to know; just allow some space for the mystery to unfold." "Say yes, don't be arrogant. Don't say, "Yeah, I have to know!" "You cannot purchase wisdom. You can purchase knowledge, but not wisdom. You can purchase pleasure, but not joy. You can purchase a little time maybe, but not timelessness. These you have to discover. You cannot control. And you will discover you are integrated, you are integral as this already. This is the discovery. Satsang is the perfect supportive environment for those who are waiting to give birth to themSelf.

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If you find that you are going through testing times, it is for you to realize that you are much bigger and you can overcome that.

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Everyone is afraid: "I will lose the world, my attachments, my relationships, my dear ones." This is a foolish concept. On the contrary, when you are enlightened you will begin to have really good relationships, even with the animals, even with the plant life. You will love everyone. First enlightenment, then you will be a good human being.

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Q. Would you call a person a Buddhist who has merely been born of Buddhist parents?

A. Certainly not. A Buddhist is one who not only professes belief in the Buddha as the noblest of Teachers, in the Doctrine preached by Him, and in the brotherhood of Arhats, but practices his Precepts in daily life.
Q. What is Karma?

A. A causation operating on the moral, as well as physical and other planes. Buddhists say there is no miracle in human affairs: what a man sows that he must still reap.
Q. What other good words have been used to express the essence of Buddhism?
A. Self-culture and universal love.

Concerning the Four sights and how they impacted the Buddha:
26. Q: Why should these sights, so familiar to everybody, have caused him to go into the jungle?
A. We often see such signs. He had not; and they made a deep impression on his mind.
27. Q: Why had he not also seen them?
A: The astrologers had foretold at his birth that he would one day resign his kingdom and become a Buddha. The King, his father, not wishing to lose his son, had carefully prevented his seeing any sights that might suggest to him human misery and death. No one was allowed even to speak of such things to the Prince. He was almost like a prisoner in his lovely palaces and flower gardens. They were surrounded with high walls; and inside everything was made as beautiful as possible, so that he might not want to go and see the sorrow and distress that are in the world.
28. Q: Was he so kind-hearted that his father feared he might really want to sacrifice himself for the world’s sake?
A: Yes; he seems to have felt for all being so strong a pity and love as that.

55. Q. Why does ignorance cause suffering?
A. Because it makes us prize what is not worth prizing, grieve for that we should not grieve for, consider real what is not real but only illusory, and pass our lives in the pursuit of worthless objects, neglecting what is in reality most valuable.
56. Q. And what is that which is most valuable?
A. To know the whole secret of man’s existence and destiny, so that we may estimate at no more than their actual value and this life and its relations; so that we may live in a way to insure the greatest happiness and the least suffering for our fellow-men and ourselves

~ Henry Steel Olcott's "Buddhist Catechism", 1881

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The Lord Buddha was once asked by a disciple to sum up the whole of His teaching in one verse. He replied: Cease to do evil; Learn to do well; Cleanse your own heart; This is the religion of the Buddha.

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Stay away from negative people,
They have a problem for every solution.

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Understand some of the basic truths. Your attitude towards a person decides whether you are going to be part of his public life, private life, secret life. Same applies – your attitude towards the Cosmos is going to decide whether you are going to be part of the Cosmos – public life, private life or secret life.
If you are part of Cosmos’ public life, you will be a great devotee, whatever you want will be showered, nurtured, nourished.
If you are part of Cosmos’ private life, you will be an Enlightened Being, whenever you want, He will manifest through you and bless few people around you.
Becoming part of His secret life, if you are part of His Cosmos’ secret life, then you know the nuances – how the Brahmānda [lit. the egg of Cosmos] functions.
Neither the law nor the logic defines the method of Brahmānda’s functions. Neither there is a law nor there is a logic in Sadāshiva’s functioning. There is a tremendous love and integrity to His love – need to be understood. Once you catch His love and His integrity to His love, you will understand, that is the way He functions.
Till you become part of His secret life, you will continue to have questions, stupid questions – why somebody is rich? Why somebody is poor? Why somebody lives long? Why somebody dies within few days of birth? Why somebody falls sick? Why somebody is healthy? – all this questions will be there. Either they will be haunting you or you will push them under the carpet and sit on it, whatever, but it will be there. It will be there!
Only when you become part of His secret life, you are He, He is you – you are an Incarnation. Whoever becomes part of the secret life of Sadāshiva, Cosmos – you are an Incarnation.
Understand, if you have the attitude – Cosmos is great, you are low – its half-truth. Cosmos is great is Truth, you are low – is a foolish logic out of which you function.
I want to remind you once more – for God to be great, you don’t need to be bad. It’s only in human kingdom, if somebody has to be a king, you have to be slave. If somebody has to be a boss, you have to be a slave. If somebody has to be leader, you have to be a follower; not in the Divine Kingdom, because in the Divine Kingdom the Head is not ‘one’, it is Oneness. It is not led by one, it is led by ONENESS. It is not headed by ‘one’,
it is headed by ONENESS. Understand, some of these vital understandings.

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If you want to enjoy success, before you engineer situations, first of all you have to engineer yourself.

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The Creator did not make a mistake with you
- the mistake is all yours.
You are a fantastic piece of life,
but you have silly ideas about life.

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Do not understand passion as something that happens with a person. Understand passion as anything that is in touch with you right now. The very cloth that you wear, the very air that you breathe, the very food that you eat, the very earth that you walk upon, just practice some passion.
It is horrible to tell anyone to practice passion, but please try. Just be passionate about everything. When it is unbridled, it is not entangling any more.

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Compassion is an all-encompassing passion. That is, it has become an all-inclusive passion. Many, many-fold more than passion. Compassion is not a dry state of kindness, that you are standing above everybody and being kind to everyone, this is not it.

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Don’t take your seeking for granted among the billions, less than million are given that call.
Among the millions only thousands pick up the call. You be that few thousands who pick up the call.
You already received the incoming call, that is why you are even watching this satsang, listening to this satsang.
Don’t think, “there were so many billboards so I am here.” No. Kashi has 15 lakh population.
Only few even take notice. Only few even decide. In that very few come and land here.

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