श्री साईं सच्चरित्र संदेश

"तुम्हें अपने शुभ अशुभ कर्मो का फल अवश्य ही भोगना चाहिए I यदि भोग अपूर्ण रह गया तो पुनजन्म धारण करना पड़ेगा, इसलिये मृत्यु से यह श्रेयस्कर है कि कुछ काल तक उन्हें सहन कर पूर्व जन्मों के कर्मों का भोग समाप्त कर सदेव के लिये मुक्त हो जाओ" I

"जो मुझे प्रेम से पुकारता है उसके सन्मुख मै अवलिम्ब प्रगट हो जाता हूँ" |

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Why do we read Sai Satcharitha?

Lessons being taught on good deeds, good manners remain appreciable irrespective of the person giving the lecture or reading holy books etc. Just to make sure that serving poor or satisfying hunger are means of serving god, you need not read satcharithra. These good things are minimal acknowledgements to be made by “our selves”. But why do we read satcharithra? It is a great book that discusses everything so that one can renew himself and turn out to be a better person. We are grown enough that we can make our own decisions live independently know what is good or bad. Again another question arises. If we know all the good happenings then what is the need for us to read about some old sayings? If anyone asks me this question I would definitely go “for” the person’s views. Now I will shoot a query for these people “How many good things have you been practicing? Believe me many of them do not have a valid answer.

So what is this Satcharithra about? Everyone think for a moment. Does reading the precious writing of Hemadpant once is enough to know the essence of the book? Definitely the answer is no. But a single reading of the book will make you realize what we are missing – the purpose of our lives – Atmasakshatkara

Continue to read the book. Once, twice, thrice or innumerable times. It does not matter. While you read, at one point all the senses, mind, heart gets focused and then you reach what you call is the swayam tripthi or atmasantripthi – where we satisfy the inner deity within ourselves. Later on you transform to a better person and strive for the reason you were born. That is when you completely understand the beloved book.

 (Contributed by Sai devotee)

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