Good and bad coexist. None can separate them. But one with sraddha (steadfast faith) will always experience goodness. What else is to be conveyed to this august assembly? (Telugu Poem)
Embodiments of Love!
Today marks the beginning of another new year. Many new years have gone by, but there is no change in the life of man. What is the reason? The reason is that man is not making efforts to experience the principle of divinity, which is present in all in the form of love. Love is the true form of God. It is your foremost duty to recognise this eternal principle of love.
Today you are in search of divinity. Where is the need to search for that which is everywhere at all times? You are in search of God because you are unaware that God is always with you and in you. You are trying to have the vision of God through meditation. However, you should not be satisfied by merely performing such spiritual practices. What is meditation? Adherence to truth is true meditation.The eterna...
Editor's note: This is the alternative translation of the discourse originally published in Sathya Sai Speaks, Vol 29.
You may master the Vedas and Vedanta,You may be an expert composer of beautiful poems and prose,
But if you lack purity of heart, You will ruin yourself.Never forget these good words.(Telugu Poem)
Embodiments divine Atma!
Since ancient times, Indian culture has been propagating the principles of four objectives of life (purusharthas), namely righteousness, wealth, desire, and liberation (dharma, artha, kama, and moksha), and also the principles of the Vedas and their auxiliary sciences. The word Veda is derived from the root vid, which means knowledge. This knowledge teaches one how to lead a meaningful and noble life in this world by performing good deeds to attain the four main objectives of life.
The Vedas are infinite
Sages and seers, in their state of deep contemplation, received the knowledge of the Vedas directly from Brahman. Initially, the Veda...
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