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  • The Eternal Baba

    Publisher: S. Soma Sundaram

    Pages: 570
    Language: English
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The book is more than an eulogy, a deification of deity, a beautification of providence, a paean and prayer of predication. Its sixty one chapters fall into four sections: Baba's descent and his divine dispensations; founding of Sri Sathya Sai Trust and service-oriented educational and medical institutions, his scriptural discourses and philosophic expositions, and the disciples of Baba and their dedicated service.

Every chapter carries a title and ends with a truth centralized message. This book contains the substance of Baba's speeches and his expositions that reverberate on the earth to revive religious thinking and to redirect the thoughts of men, his philosophy, "love and serve all and work is worship", and his postulate that all the mighty rivers of religions lead to the ocean of the absolute. It traces the development of his ascetic life proceeding towards universalism, describes the glow of his spiritual glory kindling in all the blazing fire of faith, tells how the world goes back to him, for revival of its natural power, lost in the maze of previous centuries of outwardly occupations and explains how the seekers of his grace enjoy the heaven of ecstatic Joy at his lotus feet while yet on earth. It also mentions his performances of divine miracles, his healing of human ailments and achievement of the impossible. It shows his greatness which is beyond measure and says how his sense of truth, spirit of sacrifice, and acts of self-abnegation bring pelf and power to lay prostrate in obeisance before Baba who is Bhagavan to lovers (devotees), supreme soul to yogins (Adepts in Yoga) and Brahman, the eternal to the wise (jnanis).

- S. Soma Sundaram

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